Will The FCC Bench The Blackout Rule?

At the end of the month, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on whether to end the NFL blackout rule. Bose McKinney & Evans Attorney Gary Roberts offers perspective on the impact it could have on viewers and the league.

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Kokomo Tech Park Marks Milestone

Kokomo Tech Park Marks Milestone

Kokomo's Inventrek Technology Park is celebrating 10 years in operation. The incubator says its main goal over the past decade has been to "capture intellectual capital" and keep it in the city. Organizers say the park has been home to nearly 50 h...

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Study: Demand Too Low For New Trauma Center

A study suggests northwest Indiana doesn't have high enough demand to support a new trauma center and academic medical center. Consulting firm Katz Sapper & Miller suggests existing hospitals pursue higher trauma center designations.

VisionTech Names First Female Chapter President

VisionTech Angels, the angel investing arm of VisionTech Partners, has named Christy Page Bloomington chapter president. Page co-founded Bloomington-based e-learning company Option Six Inc.

Shelbyville Mayor Calls STEM Efforts Successful

Shelbyville Mayor Tom DeBaun says partnering with Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology to increase science, technology, engineering and mathematics curriculum for local students is helping the city and county reach their goals. The community is try...

Fort Wayne Ranks as 'Opportunity City'

A national publication has named Fort Wayne one of its top "Opportunity Cities." Forbes bases the list of cities where people may have an easier time building a career and rewarding life on factors including home prices, unemployment and cr...

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Raleigh Ranks First in Best Business Climates 2014

Forbes recently released its 2014 Best And Worst Places For Business list naming Raleigh, North Carolina in the top spot. Indianapolis ranked 22nd. Using information from the economic research of Moody's Analytics, the U.S. Census Bureau, and demographer, Bert Sperling, the publication examined jobs, business and living costs, income growth, quality of life, and education levels data to rank the business climates of the 200 largest U.S. metropolitan areas.

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Dan Coats

Encouraging Hoosier Innovation

Today, Indiana is home to multiple world-class universities and research institutes, as well as federal laboratories that introduce innovative technologies to the U.S. economy. Given the significance of these entities to our state and the anticipated growth in science and technology, it is important that federal policymakers strive to spark innovation and remove barriers facing entrepreneurs.

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