Bosma Enterprises Celebrates Century of Service

Bosma Enterprises creates opportunities for Hoosiers who are blind or visually impaired and it is marking 100 years in business. CEO Lou Moneymaker and Senior Manager of Industries Brian Petraits talk about the organization's success.

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State Outlines 'Just IN' News Site

State Outlines 'Just IN' News Site

The office of Governor Mike Pence has announced details of a new executive branch media resource website. The state says Just IN will be overseen by a managing editor and assistant managing editor and serve as a "one-stop-shop" for press releases,...


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Old National Insurance Expands Footprint

The insurance subsidiary of Evansville-based Old National Bancorp (Nasdaq: ONB) has acquired a Kentucky company. As part of the agreement, the owners of Mutual Underwriters Insurance will become part of the Old National Insurance Louisville sales ...

AM General Scores Mercedes-Benz Contract

A new manufacturing contract between South Bend-based AM General LLC and Mercedes-Benz U.S. International Inc. could create hundreds of jobs. The deal involves production of the luxury car maker's R-Class sport utility vehicle. Mercedes-Benz plans...

Aerospace, Aviation Take Statehouse Spotlight

Indiana's aviation and aerospace sectors will take center stage at the Indiana Statehouse this week. More than a dozen companies and universities will showcase the industry's contributions to the Indiana economy Wednesday as part of a showcase eve...

500 Festival Unveils 2015 Theme

The 500 Festival says its 2015 parade will focus on "Celebrating the Stories of May." The organization says the theme will spotlight inspirational stories and family traditions involving the month of May in Indianapolis.


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Building Your Network Through Writing

Pssst... I've got a secret over here for you. It involves networking. And no, it doesn't involve attending any cheesy, time-and-soul-sucking events where people splay business cards like bullets out of a machine gun, either. One of the best ways I build my network is through writing.

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