• Top Videos

    • E-Retailer Celebrates Greenwood Growth

      The co-founder of a plus-size women's clothing company says work force and economic development programs led the company to choose Greenwood for a distribution center and hundreds of new jobs. Dia&Co. cut the ribbon on its $2.7 million Johnson County distribution center today, and President Lydia Gilbert says the company expects to grow in Greenwood "for many years to come."

    • State on Track for Record Job Commitments

      Indiana is on track for yet another record breaking economic development year. Indiana Secretary of Commerce Jim Schellinger, just back from a trade trip to India, shares what’s driving the jobs deals.

    • Grow with Google Kicks Off in Indy

      Preparing people for the next generation in tech jobs. Indy is the kick off city for the Grow with Google nationwide tour. Details on how Hoosiers are sharpening their digital skills for free. 

    • More Tolls in Our Future?

      It takes billions of dollars to maintain and add to Indiana’s matrix of highway infrastructure. Indiana Chamber of Commerce President Kevin Brinegar talks about the future of new tolling to help pay for it.

    • Culture Matters: Seven Corners

      Carmel-based travel insurance company Seven Corners started with just a few employees nearly 25 years ago, and now has grown to more than 200. In this month’s Culture Matters, we share how culture remains a driving force behind the company’s performance in the office and the community.

    • Improving the Health of Vets

      The YMCA has introduced new programs geared toward improving the health of veterans. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks with leadership about a diabetes program developed here that is now being used nationwide and other programs exclusively for vets.

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: Record Development Numbers, Governor's 2018 Agenda, Toll Roads

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on a record year for economic development in Indiana, the Governor outlines his 2018 agenda and could more toll roads be in our future?

    • ESPN Founder Returns to DePauw

      A television network devoted to exclusively to sports 24 hours a day, seven days a week? Who would have thought? Well, DePauw University graduate Bill Rasmussen did. He’s been on campus at DePauw this week discussing ESPN and the battle for the Monon Bell.

    • Marian Receives Big Gift

      Marian University has pushed past the half-way point of its $150 million capital campaign thanks to a gift from Hoosier speaker manufacturer Klipsch. The University says the donation will go towards building one of the best teacher colleges in the country.

    • Krannert Program Turning 50

      Fifty years ago, Purdue’s Krannert School of Management launched one of the first business programs of its kind in the country to help recruit minority students. Dean David Hummels talks about the success of the Business Opportunity Program.

    • Improving the Health of Vets

      The YMCA has introduced new programs geared toward improving the health of veterans. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks with leadership about a diabetes program developed here that is now being used nationwide and other programs exclusively for vets.

    • Culture Matters: Seven Corners

      Carmel-based travel insurance company Seven Corners started with just a few employees nearly 25 years ago, and now has grown to more than 200. In this month’s Culture Matters, we share how culture remains a driving force behind the company’s performance in the office and the community.

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • INnovators: FroYo XPress

      Swipe, pour, enjoy! A Purdue startup is developing an automated, self-serve frozen yogurt kiosk with the help of $35,000 in investments. One of the co-founders of Froyo Xpress is in the hot seat on the INnovators with Dr. K.

    • Easley Winery Celebrates Downtown Success

      A growing Indianapolis winery is celebrating a multi-million-dollar expansion and a major production milestone. Easley Winery, which was founded in 1974, this week surpassed 200,000 gallons of wine produced in a calendar year for the first time. The winery has also invested around $2 million to double its size and upgrade equipment, allowing it to add a new, fully-automated bottling line. Co-owner Meredith Easley says...

    • Grow with Google Kicks Off in Indy

      Preparing people for the next generation in tech jobs. Indy is the kick off city for the Grow with Google nationwide tour. Details on how Hoosiers are sharpening their digital skills for free. 

    • Culture Matters: Seven Corners

      Carmel-based travel insurance company Seven Corners started with just a few employees nearly 25 years ago, and now has grown to more than 200. In this month’s Culture Matters, we share how culture remains a driving force behind the company’s performance in the office and the community.

    • Boy Scouts' Sterrett Talks National Promotion, Indiana Replacement

    • E-Retailer Celebrates Greenwood Growth

      The co-founder of a plus-size women's clothing company says work force and economic development programs led the company to choose Greenwood for a distribution center and hundreds of new jobs. Dia&Co. cut the ribbon on its $2.7 million Johnson County distribution center today, and President Lydia Gilbert says the company expects to grow in Greenwood "for many years to come."

  • Perspectives

    • Increasing Women Leaders in Companies and Associations

      As members of an industry largely populated by male professionals, we see firsthand the need for more diversity. As Katie Culp, president of KSM Location Advisors, noted in a recent blog, diversity leads to better business decisions.

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • Coal Loading Facility Planned For Princeton

      A subsidiary of Denver-based Hallador Energy Co. (Nasdaq: HNRG) has announced plans to construct a new truck-to-rail coal loading facility near Princeton. Sunrise Coal LLC in Terre Haute says the facility, known as the Princeton Loop, is expected to be complete in the spring of 2018. 

    • Opioid Withdrawal Treatment Lands FDA Clearance

      The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given clearance for a medical device developed in Indiana to help treat symptoms of opioid withdrawal. The device, known as the NSS-2 BRIDGE, was created by Innovative Health Solutions Inc. in Versailles.

    • New Device Clears the Air for ER Docs

      Seconds matter in the emergency room, and it was having those critical seconds slip away that sparked the idea for a new medical device to help trauma patients breathe. 

    • The Critical Importance of Shared Vision

      Vision statements and vision exercises - many organizations have them, but do they work? Business literature on the power of vision exists in abundance. But the real challenge about this strategic element is achieving and acting on a truly shared vision. Make no mistake, the power of shared vision moves mountains, and it's worth the required effort. Here are some thoughts to consider.

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