Indiana 'CoWorking Passport' Unveiled

17 co-working spaces have joined forces to create the Indiana CoWorking Passport. Launch Terre Haute is the newest member of the club. Launch Fishers Founder John Wechsler and Shelley Klingerman from Launch Terre Haute talk about the unique program.

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HALO Wings by $20 Million Mark

HALO Wings by $20 Million Mark

An Indianapolis-based investment group has surpassed a major funding milestone. During the past five years, HALO Investment Group has invested more than $20 million in Hoosier tech startups. The group says it has worked with companies including Ti...

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Old National Adding Another Bank

Evansville-based Old National Bancorp (Nasdaq: ONB) has announced the acquisition of an out-of-state bank. The deal with Founders Financial Corp. in Michigan is valued at more than $88 million and follows other mergers in the past year, including ...

Hogsett to Join Indy Law Firm

United States Attorney Joe Hogsett will join Indianapolis-based Bose McKinney & Evans LLP. He will serve as a partner in the firm's litigation practice group, which focuses on internal investigations and corporate audits. Hogsett begins his new ro...

Accuride Profitable For First Time in Seven Years

Evansville-based Accuride Corp. (NYSE: ACW) has announced second quarter net income of $5.1 million, compared to a loss of $5.1 million during the same period one year ago. Chief Executive Officer Rick Dauch says the company was "net income positi...

Students to Weigh in on South Bend Development

Graduate students from Indiana University will offer plans for two proposed developments tonight in South Bend. The presentations will focus on a mixed-use development near Four Winds Field and a two-mile trail between downtown and the University ...

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Protecting You From Yourself!

Investors should be aware of one of their biggest enemies - themselves. According to the research, individual investors almost never earn the full return of the market. Are your human tendencies holding you back?

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