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Regional Investment Proposal Could be a Game Changer for Quality of Place Initiatives in Indiana
While quality of place may be defined differently by people, a growing number of Hoosiers recognize the importance of this issue. In particular, the impact of quality of place on talent attraction and retention in a geographic area cannot be ignored. The future of every community is dependent on quality of place. Like many Midwestern states, Indiana is not growing at the same pace as areas in the southern and western regions of the United States.
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Ag Manufacturer Begins Expansion
Iowa-based Grain Processing Corp. has broken ground on an expansion project in Daviess County, which has been more than four years in the making. The company is investing $70 million to expand its Washington plant, which could create up to 20 jobs when complete.
Purdue Touts New Autism Research Center
Purdue University says it will expand community programs, resources, collaborations and faculty members researching autism with the development of its new Purdue Autism Research Center. The center has 20 faculty members from the colleges of Health and Human Sciences, Education, Science and Veterinary Medicine.
IU Kelley Tops U.S News and World Report Rankings
Indiana University's Kelley School of Business is ranked first among online MBA programs and online master's programs in the most recent U.S. News and World Report Best Online Education Program rankings. Ball State University's Miller College of Business also reached the top 20 in the online MBA rankings.
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Should My Family Office Be Concerned About Cybersecurity?
Data breaches are constantly in the news and most companies know they should be concerned about privacy and the security of their data, or at least recognize this is an important and complex area.
However, most family offices are not sure how to start addressing their concerns, or worse, don’t view the family office as a target. The majority (58%) of malware attack victims were categorized as small businesses in 2018.[i]