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    Michigan-based DowDuPont Inc. has provided a detailed look at the scope of its agriculture spin-out Corteva Agriscience. The independent company, which will have a significant presence in Indianapolis, will be made up of a combination of Indianapolis-based Dow AgroSciences, DuPont Pioneer and DuPont Crop Protection. The spin is expected to take place June 1. In a notice to shareholders included in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing, CEO James Collins said...

  • (Image courtesy of Endocyte)

    $2.1B Endocyte Deal a Record-Breaker

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  • (rendering courtesy of the city of Kokomo)

    Apartment Project to Rejuvenate Historic Kokomo Building

    A historic building in downtown Kokomo will soon have new life as part of a $6 million apartment development. The project, which will feature three new buildings and the restoration of the 1880s-era building, is expected to begin next month and be complete by February 2020.

  • (photo courtesy of the University of Notre Dame)

    Notre Dame to Offer Nonprofit Graduate Degree

    The Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame has launched a graduate degree program aimed at developing nonprofit leaders skilled in business. The Notre Dame Master of Nonprofit Administration is a one-year residential program for students looking to enter the nonprofit sector directly out of college or a post-college nonprofit placement, such as the Peace Corps or Teach for America.

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    West Lafayette-based Bioanalytical Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: BASI) has broken ground on the expansion of its GLP toxicology facility in Mount Vernon. The company says the project will more than double the facility’s current capacity.

  • Plans for the MedTech Park were first announced in 2016.

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    Officials in Fishers will Friday break ground on the first portion of the $13 million MedTech Park project. Muncie-based Central Indiana Orthopedics, which first proposed the development more than two years ago, says construction will begin on a 50,000-square-foot medical office building.

  • Ubanwa was the owner and manager of Northwest Ambulance Service from 2007 until earlier this year. (photo courtesy of Northwest Ambulance Service)

    Ambulance Service Owner Charged With Fraud

    The owner of Northwest Ambulance Service in Crown Point is facing a dozen healthcare fraud-related charges. U.S. Attorney Thomas Kirsch’s office says Basil Ubanwa allegedly received hundreds of thousands of dollars by submitting fraudulent claims to Medicare and Medicaid for ambulance services between 2011 and 2018.

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    GE Aviation Plant Leader Updates Progress

    Three years after opening, the GE Aviation Lafayette Engine Facility is realizing some of its lofty ambitions. During an interview on a special Greater Lafayette town hall edition of Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick, new Plant Leader Renato Vidal says nearly 200 will be employed at the plant by the end of the year. The company expected to add 200 jobs by 2020 when ground on the $110 million operation was broken in 2014, a target that grew to 230 shortly after opening.

  • (Image courtesy of The Nashville House.)

    'Heartbreaking' End For Nashville House

    The 91-year-old Nashville House restaurant is closing. The Brown County family dining staple will serve its last meal at the end of the month. In a post on Facebook, Gina Sarah Rogers, daughter of late-owners Andy and Fran Rogers, said it is "the end of an era and very heartbreaking." The restaurant is known for its country-style fried chicken and ham meals. Business on the property dates back to the late-1860s when an inn opened. It was acquired in...

  • (Image of Christel DeHaan [pictured left] courtesy of Christel House International.)

    Christel DeHaan to Retire as Christel House CEO

    One of the biggest names in philanthropy in Indiana is announcing her retirement. Christel House International Chief Executive Officer Christel DeHaan will remain board chair, but leave as CEO of the nonprofit she founded 20 years ago. The organization has named former Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson to be her successor. CHI's mission is to lift children out of poverty, and it has established learning centers at home in Indianapolis and abroad in Mexico, India, South Africa and...

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      Three years after opening, the GE Aviation Lafayette Engine Facility is realizing some of its lofty ambitions. During an interview on a special Greater Lafayette town hall edition of Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick, new Plant Leader Renato Vidal says nearly 200 will be employed at the plant by the end of the year. The company expected to add 200 jobs by 2020 when ground on the $110 million operation was broken in 2014, a target that grew to 230 shortly after opening.

    • Union 525 the former home of Manual and Wood high schools.

      INfuze Indiana to Launch Before Packed House

      A new organization focused on boosting entrepreneurship throughout the state will hold its first event Wednesday before a sold out crowd at The Union 525 in Indianapolis. INfuze Indiana's mission is to bring together stakeholders from all walks of the startup ecosystem for what it describes as consistent, local community events discussing top issues. The keynote speaker at the inaugural gathering will be longtime Indiana venture capitalist Jane Martin.

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      Indianapolis-based PERQ has received a $5 million round of funding. The support includes participation from 10 Indiana investors. They are: Elevate Ventures, Collina Ventures LLC, former Indianapolis-based T2 Systems executives, former ExactTarget Chief Marketing Officer Tim Kopp and the co-founders of Greenwood-based One Click Ventures. The company provides technology that deals with digital consumer engagement and shopping behavior. In 2016, it received...

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    • (photo courtesy of the University of Notre Dame)

      Notre Dame to Offer Nonprofit Graduate Degree

      The Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame has launched a graduate degree program aimed at developing nonprofit leaders skilled in business. The Notre Dame Master of Nonprofit Administration is a one-year residential program for students looking to enter the nonprofit sector directly out of college or a post-college nonprofit placement, such as the Peace Corps or Teach for America.

    • Ying Alison Cheng (photo courtesy of the University of Notre Dame)

      Notre Dame Researcher to Lead Student Assessment Project

      An associate professor of psychology at the University of Notre Dame has been selected to lead a $1.4 million project. Ying Alison Cheng will oversee the development of the intelligent diagnostic assessment program, or i-DAP, for high school statistics education.

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      Construction has begun on a five-story, 145,000-square-foot building designed to serve as the entryway to the $1.2 billion Purdue University Discovery Park District. The university says the Convergence Center for Innovation and Collaboration will be a resource hub for technology commercialization and entrepreneurial activities.

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      Three years after opening, the GE Aviation Lafayette Engine Facility is realizing some of its lofty ambitions. During an interview on a special Greater Lafayette town hall edition of Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick, new Plant Leader Renato Vidal says nearly 200 will be employed at the plant by the end of the year. The company expected to add 200 jobs by 2020 when ground on the $110 million operation was broken in 2014, a target that grew to 230 shortly after opening.

    • The company has 7,600 employees, most of which are located throughout the U.S.

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      Illinois-based JD Norman Industries Inc. is providing more details on the recently-announced closure of its manufacturing facility in Muncie. The company says the closure, affected 130 jobs, will result in all production being moved to its facility in Leslie, Michigan.

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    • The company unveiled the name and logo at the Commodity Classic convention in Anaheim.

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    • The MedTech Park would include a medical office building to house Central Indiana Orthopedics' Fishers operations.

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      Officials in Fishers will Friday break ground on the first portion of the $13 million MedTech Park project. Muncie-based Central Indiana Orthopedics, which first proposed the development more than two years ago, says construction will begin on a 50,000-square-foot medical office building.

    • Ubanwa was the owner and manager of Northwest Ambulance Service from 2007 until earlier this year. (photo courtesy of Northwest Ambulance Service)

      Ambulance Service Owner Charged With Fraud

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    • (Image courtesy of Endocyte)

      $2.1B Endocyte Deal a Record-Breaker

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      DowDuPont Paints Picture of Ag Spin-Out

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      The Purdue University College of Agriculture has marked its largest enrollment since 1980. The college has 2,803 students this fall, of which 76 percent are from Indiana and 60 percent are women.

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    STAR Bank Exec to Retire After 40+ Years

    STAR Financial Bank has announced Ben Campbell is retiring as executive vice president of commercial banking. He has spent the past 42 years in various leadership roles for JPMorgan Chase, Bank One, First Chicago NBD and Indiana National Bank. Campbell has given back much to Indiana and Arizona, where he spent the bulk of his career volunteering on several board of directors including: St. Vincent Health, Parkview Health, Indiana CPA Society, The Journal-Gazette, The Fort W...
  • Christel DeHaan (Image courtesy Christel House.)

    Christel DeHaan to Retire as Christel House CEO

    One of the biggest names in philanthropy in Indiana is announcing her retirement. Christel House International Chief Executive Officer Christel DeHaan will remain board chair, but leave as CEO of the nonprofit she founded 20 years ago. The organization has named former Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson to be her successor.

  • Heather Reynolds

    First Managing Director Named For Wilson Sheehan Lab

    Heather Reynolds, a nonprofit leader with extensive expertise in poverty alleviation, will join the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities at the University of Notre Dame as its inaugural managing director in January. She has served as president and chief executive officer at Catholic Charities Fort Worth for the past 14 years.

  • Steven Sonnenberg

    Steel Dynamics Appoints Board Members

    Steel Dynamics Inc. has appointed Sheree Bargabos and Steven Sonnenberg (pictured) independent members of its board. The appointments are for a one year term, ending next May. Bargabos served as vice president, customer experience, roofing at Owens Corning from 2013 through her retirement in 2015. From 2008 through 2016, Sonnenberg served as president of Emerson Electric Co.'s process management group.

  • Benjamin Smith

    Smith Joins CORE Planning Strategies

    Benjamin Smith has joined CORE Planning Strategies as a project coordinator. With experience in construction planning and administration, he previously served as a code enforcement and project manager for the State of Indiana Department of Natural Resources’ engineering division.

  • Jesse Kurth

    Kerauno Hires Vet Tech Exec as VP of Services

    Kerauno has named Jesse Kurth vice president of services. In this newly-created role, he is responsible for leading professional services, customer care and education and training. Kurth brings more than a decade of experience helping grow technology companies. He most recently helped grow Octiv by leading client success, professional services, product and program management.

  • Karen Walker

    Walker Elected to Lilly Board

    The board of directors of Eli Lilly and Co. has elected Karen Walker as a new member, effective December 1, 2018. As a member of Lilly's board, she will serve on both the audit committee and the public policy and compliance committee. Walker is senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Cisco, where she has worked since 2009.

  • Heidi Monroe

    DCS Names Deputy Director

    The Indiana Department of Child Services has appointed Heidi Monroe deputy director of permanency and practice support. She previously served as director of children’s services at Meridian Health Services. Monroe also spent two years working at Talbert House as the behavioral health director in Cincinnati.

  • Jessica Armstrong and Kate Miller

    Simon Youth Foundation Hires Three

    Simon Youth Foundation has named Jessica Armstrong director of finance. She most recently served as chief financial officer for a local nonprofit in Indianapolis. Kate Miller has been hired as assistant director of advancement. She previously  managed annual advancement programs for a national youth leadership organization. Also, Molly Linehan has been named communications associate.

  • David Skinner

    Purchasing Power Names Regional Sales Director

    David Skinner has been named regional sales director at Purchasing Power LLC. He will be based in Indianapolis and assumes sales responsibilities covering the U.S. Great Lakes territory. He previously served six years as a principal sales professional at Mercer, working in their Indiana Health Practice. Skinner also worked for 13  years at IHC Health Solutions as vice president, sales and marketing dental and vision.

  • E. Timothy DeLaney

    Bose McKinney & Evans Adds to Team

    Bose McKinney & Evans LLP has added E. Timothy DeLaney as of counsel to the white-collar crime and litigation groups. He focuses his practice on white-collar criminal defense, compliance and internal investigations, as well as complex litigation. DeLaney previously served as grand jury deputy prosecutor for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office.

  • Shelby Barrett

    Matchbook Creative Hires Account Executive

    Indianapolis-based Matchbook Creative, a full-service marketing agency, has hired Shelby Barrett as an account executive. She previously worked on the sales staff with the Indianapolis Indians.

  • Jennifer Rhodes

    Ice Miller Adds Partner

    Ice Miller has welcomed back Jennifer Rhodes to the firm as a partner in the business group. She started her career at Ice Miller in 1999, where she worked primarily with private equity and venture capital firms in connection with their fund formation and investment transactions and private companies, across industries, in connection with their financing, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and general corporate needs.

  • Bethany Hartley

    South Bend - Elkhart Regional Partnership Hires Director

    The South Bend - Elkhart Regional Partnership has named Bethany Hartley director of diversity and Inclusion. For the past decade, she has served in leadership roles including director level positions at the Women's Business Development Center, in Chicago and the Family and Children's Center and Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County. Most recently, Hartley served as deputy director at RISE | Regional Innovation and Startup Education.

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