Tolliver Bullish After 'Historical' 2014

DTZ Regional Vice President Jason Tolliver reflects back on the state's commercial real estate sector in 2014, breaking down trends in industrial, office, retail and multifamily markets. Tolliver also provides an outlook for 2015.

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ArcelorMittal to Shut Down East Chicago Plant

ArcelorMittal to Shut Down East Chicago Plant

The steel industry in East Chicago is taking another hit. ArcelorMittal (NYSE: MT) plans to shut down a 114-year-old facility in the city, which would impact more than 300 workers. The company says the "great majority" of those workers could move ...


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New Albany Continues Push to Keep Plant

New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan has submitted a $7 million economic incentive package to city council in hopes of convincing General Mills Inc. (NYSE: GIS) to keep its Pillsbury facility in the city open. The mayor has called for a special council mee...

Cain to Lead Airport Community Relations

A news industry veteran has been announced as the new director of public affairs for the Indianapolis Airport Authority. Angela Cain most recently served as community affairs director at WTHR-TV in Indianapolis.

Franklin College Names New President

Franklin College has named Thomas Minar the school's 16th president. Minar has served as vice president of development and alumni relations at American University in Washington D.C. He will succeed Jay Moseley, who has served in the role since 200...

Group Mobilizing to Keep Bridge Where it is

A group in Clay County is working to gather support for keeping the Bowling Green Bridge from being relocated. Indiana Department of Transportation plans call for a new bridge to be built just south of the Depression-era span. Save Our Bowling Gre...


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Falling Gas Prices

The price of gasoline is falling and the topic is taking center stage in the news, in the political arena and in the family dining room. Why are we paying less and what does the future hold?

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