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This weekly podcast, produced in conjunction with AgriNovus Indiana, dives into the agbiosciences sector in Indiana, where 21st Century agriculture, life sciences innovation and cutting-edge technology converge. AG+BIO+SCIENCE is an in-depth conversation with leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs in the space. Learn more about the pioneering industry and where it's heading from those leading the way.
Invest In Talent Earlier, A Proven Solution For Indiana’s Future Workforce
As ever-changing technology and workforce needs continue to outpace advances in the classroom, the skills gap has become a widely discussed topic in the business community. Do we have the talent to fill these jobs of the future? While dialogue is important, the skills gap challenge requires real action and collaboration – most importantly, between the education and business communities. By equipping students with the skills that will be valuable to them in the future workforce...
Most Popular Stories
Indiana Ski Resort Included in Sale
Paoli Peaks in Orange County is one of many ski resorts across the country being sold to Vail Resorts, Inc. of Broomfield, Colorado. The company has agreed to purchase 100 percent of the outstanding stock of Peak Resorts, Inc (Nasdaq: SKIS). The purchase price of $11 per share is subject to conditions and regulatory review, and Peak Resorts' shareholder approval.
Myers: Cummins Deal Has Phone Ringing in Greenwood
Columbus-based Cummins’ decision to locate a $35 million digital and IT hub in Greenwood is expected to bring more than 500 jobs, with average annual salaries in excess of $100,000 to the Johnson County city. But Mayor Mark Myers says the impact will extend far beyond the high tech center. Myers says the announcement has triggered increased interest in Greenwood from companies that could diversify the city’s corporate base. "To have Cummins come to Greenwood...
Feds Put Brakes on Anderson Bus Terminal Project
Plans to build a new bus terminal in downtown Anderson are on hold for now because the federal government is requiring a third environmental impact study. Our partners at The Herald Bulletin say the city hoped to open the new terminal next February. Now it appears the bus transit center will not be completed until the summer of 2020. Anderson Mayor Tom Broderick told the publication an outhouse was discovered during the Phase 2 environmental study. Old glass...
Kouts Business Owner Indicted
A Hoosier woman has been indicted for failing to submit payroll taxes at her two health care clinics, Kouts Health Care Inc. and Kouts Family Health Care Inc. between 1999 and 2015. Kathy Lynch allegedly withheld payroll from her employees’ paychecks but failed to submit over $500,000 of the withheld taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.
Manufacturer Growing in Boone County
Zionsville-based Gravel Conveyors Inc. has announced plans to expand. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. says the company, which manufactures commercial materials placement machines, will invest nearly $7.5 million to add to its Boone County facility and create nearly 40 jobs by the end of 2022. Doing business as GCI Slingers, the company specializes in building and assembling mobile conveyors and hydraulic systems and says increasing demand from its Midwest client base led to the...