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Plans For New Muncie Facility Halted
Plans for a $75 million project at the former BorgWarner site in Muncie have come to a halt. Nigel Morrison, director of Waelz Sustainable Products LLP says “a campaign of misinformation tainted the process and ultimately made it impossible for the city council to continue supporting the project.” The project was first announced in January and was slated to create up to 90 new jobs. The announcement follows the opposition of Muncie residents who...
Eleven Fifty to Move Headquarters
Eleven Fifty Academy has announced plans to relocate. The nonprofit coding academy says it will invest $5 million to move its national headquarters to a 25,000-square-foot space in downtown Indianapolis near the Indiana Statehouse. Eleven Fifty says it will maintain its existing space in Fishers and has additional plans to add more locations statewide in the future. The organization says it aims to bring its staff to more than 150 over the next six years. Founder Scott Jones...
Purdue Startup Targets Airline Food Carts
A Purdue University-affiliated student startup thinks its innovation will help airlines become more efficient. Operating out of the Purdue Railyard, FlykeART has developed what it calls a lighter and smarter galley cart for airlines, which co-founder Yuhan Roh says could save airlines millions of dollars in fuel costs. The slimmer cart design, according to Purdue, would also help make the carts less of an injury threat for travelers. On The INnovators with Dr. K, Roh said...
More Hoosier Casinos Adding Sports Wagering
Before the college football and NFL regular seasons kickoff this fall, at least two Indiana casinos intend to allow for legalized sports betting. The gaming industry business news website cdcgamingreports.com reports Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg and Tropicana Evansville will launch sportsbooks before the seasons begin in September.
Academic Leader Leaving
Manchester University says its dean for academic affairs is leaving. Glenn Sharfman has accepted a similar position with Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. He has been with Manchester since 2005.