• Top Videos

    • BorgWarner Breaks Ground In Noblesville

      Michigan-based BorgWarner broke ground today on a $28 million technical center in Noblesville. The 100,000 square-foot facility will consolidate the company’s existing centers in Anderson and Pendleton into one location.

    • IIB Exclusive: 1-on-1 With inX3 Pitch Competition Winner Maggie Galloway

      Inside INdiana Business gooes one-on-one wiith inX3 Pitch Competition winner Maggie Galloway, Chief Executive Officer of Jeffersonville-based Inscope Medical Solutions.

    • Consul-General: Indiana-Japan Ties Getting Stronger

      The new Consul-General of Japan in Chicago says Indiana's strong incentive offerings and cooperation from its key economic leaders are key to continued strong relations between the state and the Asian nation. Naoki Ito, who represents Indiana and nine other Midwestern states, says there are currently about 280 Japanese companies operating in Indiana, supporting around 58,000 jobs. 

    • Port Partnership Could Double Bulk Business

      In a move that Ports of Indiana Chief Executive Officer Rich Cooper says can be a "game-changer," California-based Metro Ports will next month become the new bulk terminal operator at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor. Cooper predicts the agreement with the 165-year-old company, which was approved Tuesday, could double bulk cargo business at the port within the next five years. The operation will be Metro Ports' first outside of the East, West and Gulf coasts.

    • Eleven Fifty Academy, Women & Hi Tech Form Partnership

      Fishers-based Eleven Fifty Academy is partnering with Women & Hi Tech to help mentor women interested in pursuing technology-related careers. Members of the non-profit organization will meet each week with women currently enrolled in the Academy’s software development course.

    • inX3 Debuts in Indy

      Indiana's thriving startup community was in the spotlight this week with a unique chance to shine. A four-day event called inX3 brought together entrepreneurs, scale up companies, investors and 60 different venture capital firms all under one roof at the Union 525.

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: Big Tech Week, UPS Investment, Governor's Trip to Europe

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week we’re sounding off on a big week for technology in Indiana, UPS investing in a new hub with hundreds of jobs and the Governor searching for jobs in Europe.

    • Brickyard Invitational Preview

      The SportsCar Vintage Racing Association is hosting its fourth annual "Brickyard Invitational" at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend. SVRA CEO Tony Parella details the event and growth over the years.

    • Huntington University Zeroing in on Ag

      Huntington University recently received approval from the Indiana Department of Education to offer an agricultural education degree. The northeast Indiana school also launched its Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies two years ago and broke ground on the Ware Plant Science Production Facility this Spring.

    • OurHealth Plans Expansion

      Indianapolis-based OurHealth says a $37 million round of funding will help it expand its MyClinic network into eight additional markets and 11 new locations, creating nearly 500 jobs. CEO Ben Evans discusses expanding its national footprint and its unique health care model. 

    • Culture Matters: Schmidt Associates

      Architecture firm Schmidt Associates is marking 40 years in business. In addition to being named one of the “Best Places to Work,” they have an extremely low turnover rate. Find out what makes their culture unique, including the roles of mentors and Sherpas.

    • Canvas Creates First Text-Based Interviewing Platform

      Tech entrepreneur Aman Brar has launched a new tech startup called Canvas. It’s billed as the first text-based interviewing platform helping recruiters interview 10 times more candidates daily, especially millennials. 

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Port Partnership Could Double Bulk Business

      In a move that Ports of Indiana Chief Executive Officer Rich Cooper says can be a "game-changer," California-based Metro Ports will next month become the new bulk terminal operator at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor. Cooper predicts the agreement with the 165-year-old company, which was approved Tuesday, could double bulk cargo business at the port within the next five years. The operation will be Metro Ports' first outside of the East, West and Gulf coasts.

    • BorgWarner Breaks Ground In Noblesville

      Michigan-based BorgWarner broke ground today on a $28 million technical center in Noblesville. The 100,000 square-foot facility will consolidate the company’s existing centers in Anderson and Pendleton into one location.

    • Consul-General: Indiana-Japan Ties Getting Stronger

      The new Consul-General of Japan in Chicago says Indiana's strong incentive offerings and cooperation from its key economic leaders are key to continued strong relations between the state and the Asian nation. Naoki Ito, who represents Indiana and nine other Midwestern states, says there are currently about 280 Japanese companies operating in Indiana, supporting around 58,000 jobs. 

    • Culture Matters: Schmidt Associates

      Architecture firm Schmidt Associates is marking 40 years in business. In addition to being named one of the “Best Places to Work,” they have an extremely low turnover rate. Find out what makes their culture unique, including the roles of mentors and Sherpas.

    • Eleven Fifty Academy, Women & Hi Tech Form Partnership

      Fishers-based Eleven Fifty Academy is partnering with Women & Hi Tech to help mentor women interested in pursuing technology-related careers. Members of the non-profit organization will meet each week with women currently enrolled in the Academy’s software development course.

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  • Perspectives

    • Don't Drop Your Guard

      Why do you lock your home every time you leave it? Most likely, you do it to keep thieves out. Since you haven't experienced any thefts, why continue to lock up? Okay, you're probably shaking your head and thinking that I must not be all that bright. You keep locking your door because you don't want to create an opening for the thieves. Then help me understand what I've seen many companies do over the years...

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • New Trailer Previews Columbus-Focused Movie

      A national publication has published a theatrical trailer for a Hollywood movie that was filmed in and features an Indiana city. Entertainment Weekly unveiled an exclusive preview of Columbus, which stars John Cho, Haley Lu Richardson and Parker Posey. The film focuses on a Korean-born man, played by Cho, whose father ends up in a coma and hospitalized in the Bartholomew County city. He forms a relationship women, played by Richardson, who is an expert on the local architecture.

    • BorgWarner Center New Chapter in Noblesville

      An executive with Michigan-based BorgWarner Inc. (NYSE: BWA) says employees will be able to "just feel the innovation, the collaboration, the creativity" of its new technical center in Noblesville. Vice President of Product and Manufacturing Strategy Tania Wingfield was on-hand today as the company broke ground on the $28 million facility. She says the location, which will consolidate the company's existing centers in Anderson and Pendleton, will allow for...

    • Bloomington Chamber Names '10 Under 40' Winners

      The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of the 2017 “10 Under 40 Awards.” The honors are given to professionals under the age of 40 based on their professional achievement, leadership and civic involvement efforts. 

    • Indy Announces New Sister City

      The city of Indianapolis has established its first Sister City relationship with an African country. The city's Office of International and Latino Affairs has developed the relationship with Onitsha, Nigeria, marking the ninth Sister City for Indy. 

    • BorgWarner to Break Ground on Noblesville Center

      Michigan-based BorgWarner will break ground today on a $28 million technical center in Noblesville. The 100,000 square-foot facility will consolidate the company’s existing centers in Anderson and Pendleton into one location.