Brinegar: Sunday Sales Bill Will Return

Despite a Sunday alcohol sales bill dying once again in the General Assembly, Indiana Chamber of Commerce President Kevin Brinegar believes the issue will return next session. He says the proposal was "hijacked" by opponents.

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State Leaders Remember Hesburgh

State Leaders Remember Hesburgh

Leaders from across the state are reacting to the death of former University of Notre Dame President Reverend Theodore Hesburgh. Governor Mike Pence says Hesburgh's legacy will continue to inspire people around the world.


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GE to Dismantle Fort Wayne Office Building

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry says the city is working collaboratively with General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) on plans to handle a water-damaged office building. In a letter to the city, GE says it could begin demolition in a few weeks and wrap it up a...

Aerotek Looking For Hundreds of Workers

A hiring event Tuesday in southwest Indiana will feature 500 available positions at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana Inc. plant in Princeton. The Courier & Press in Evansville reports staffing agency Aerotek is looking to fill current...

Franklin College Announces Tuition Increase

Franklin College has announced tuition costs for the 2015-2016 school year. School officials say the Board of Trustees voted to increase tuition by three percent.

Awards Spotlight Importance of Mentoring

A Hoosier nonprofit has honored community leaders for their commitments to mentoring. Indianapolis-based College Mentors For Kids' Inspire Awards went to seven individuals. First Internet Bancorp (Nasdaq: INBK) Founder David Becker received the Li...


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Bigger Isn't Always More Efficient

The basic idea behind industry consolidations is that they allow companies to benefit from economies of scale, so they can offer better products and services at lower prices. Sometimes, though, the true beneficiaries are the companies that choose not to consolidate - and the customers of those companies.

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