Students Talk About IU Kelley's New Hodge Hall

Indiana University Kelley School of Business undergraduate students give their take on how Hodge Hall has improved their on-campus experience and is preparing them for the real world. The building reopened after a multi-million dollar renovation.

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Indiana Rental Company Grows National Presence

Indiana Rental Company Grows National Presence

An Indianapolis-based audio/visual rental company is branching out to Texas. Markey's Rental & Staging will be the in-house event technology provider for the $300 million JW Marriott Austin, currently being built by Merrillville-based White Lodgin...

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Indy Developer Acquires Multiple Properties

Indianapolis-based Annex Student Living LLC has acquired five Midwest apartment properties. The company says the $41 million deal includes locations in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.

Taylor Campus Center Funding Falling Into Place

Taylor University has raised more than 80 percent of its $20 million goal to build a new campus center. The school says if the campaign continues at its current pace, construction could be complete by late spring.

Lubbers Details College Success Summit Dates

Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers will begin the first of four College Success Summits Thursday in Hartford City. The events are part of the commission's goal of boosting post-secondary attainment to 60 percent in the state ...

College Football Hall Nominees Connected to Indiana

The National Football Foundation has announced dozens of nominees for its 2015 College Football Hall of Fame class, many of which have connections to universities in the state. The list includes players from the University of Notre Dame, Purdue Un...

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What Do Business Owners Need to Know About Life Insurance?

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