• Top Videos

    • Infosys Chooses Indy

      Indianapolis will be home of the first U.S. technology and innovation hub for an India-based tech company with a global presence. Infosys announced plans earlier this month to create up to 2,000 jobs in central Indiana by 2022, but had not identified the location until Tuesday morning. During a news conference featuring Mayor Joe Hogsett and Governor Eric Holcomb, Infosys officials reiterated that Indiana's talent pool and academic pipeline were major factors in the company's decision.

    • Inside SalesForce Tower Renovation

      The tallest building in the state not only has a new name. The inside of the structure is undergoing a major renovation. SalesForce currently occupies four floors in SalesForce Tower and has plans to renovate a total of six.

    • Salesforce Christens New Regional HQ

      Global tech giant Salesforce is christening its new regional headquarters in downtown Indianapolis this weekend. CEO Marketing Cloud and Chief Analytics Officer Bob Stutz talks about the milestone and new prospects for investments and jobs.

    • Flourish3D Blossoming for Cancer Patients

      A nonprofit startup aimed at cancer patients has spun out of a bio-engineering lab at the University of Notre Dame. Flourish3D creates 3D crystal flowers for chemotherapy patients, who can’t receive real flowers. 

    • Vectren Teaming up with Muncie Habitat for Humanity

      Greater Muncie Habitat for Humanity has partnered with the Vectren Foundation to build homes, revitalize neighborhoods and support local businesses. Execs from both organizations discuss their plan to improve housing and beautify neighborhoods in targeted areas.

    • Ivy Tech Adding Programs to Help At-Risk Students Graduate

      Approximately 9,000 students in Indiana will not graduate this spring. Ivy Tech is implementing two programs, JAG and iGrad, that focus on at-risk students to help them graduate and pursue post-secondary educational opportunities.

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  • The Show

    • INsiders:Salesforce HQ, OurHealth Growing, Build Evansville Plan

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on Salesforce cutting the ribbon on its new regional headquarters and name on top of the state’s tallest building, OurHealth is growing its national footprint and adding nearly 500 jobs. 

    • Autonomous Racing Series Takes Off at the IMS

      An autonomous racing division has been launched at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Purdue University is teaming up with Columbus-based LHP Engineering Solutions and Bolton University in England to add the division to its existing evGrand Prix program. The self-driving series will blend engineering with information technology. 

    • Ivy Tech Adding Programs to Help At-Risk Students Graduate

      Approximately 9,000 students in Indiana will not graduate this spring. Ivy Tech is implementing two programs, JAG and iGrad, that focus on at-risk students to help them graduate and pursue post-secondary educational opportunities.

    • Hendricks Regional Launches Telestroke Program

      Hendricks Regional Health is turning to technology to reduce the impact of strokes.  The mobile telestroke pilot program uses FaceTime on iPads to allow doctors to begin an even faster medical evaluation of suspected stroke patients during their ambulance rides to the hospital.  

    • Vectren Teaming up with Muncie Habitat for Humanity

      Greater Muncie Habitat for Humanity has partnered with the Vectren Foundation to build homes, revitalize neighborhoods and support local businesses. Execs from both organizations discuss their plan to improve housing and beautify neighborhoods in targeted areas.

    • Inside Building Futures Pre-Apprenticeship Program

      Northeast Indiana Works, the Northeast Indiana Building & Construction Trades Council, and Ivy Tech are graduating its first participants in its pre-apprenticeship program this weekend. It aims at helping low-income individuals in skilled-trades.  

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Hendricks Regional Launches Telestroke Program

      Hendricks Regional Health is turning to technology to reduce the impact of strokes.  The mobile telestroke pilot program uses FaceTime on iPads to allow doctors to begin an even faster medical evaluation of suspected stroke patients during their ambulance rides to the hospital.  

    • Infosys Chooses Indy

      Indianapolis will be home of the first U.S. technology and innovation hub for an India-based tech company with a global presence. Infosys announced plans earlier this month to create up to 2,000 jobs in central Indiana by 2022, but had not identified the location until Tuesday morning. During a news conference featuring Mayor Joe Hogsett and Governor Eric Holcomb, Infosys officials reiterated that Indiana's talent pool and academic pipeline were major factors in the company's decision.

    • Inside SalesForce Tower Renovation

      The tallest building in the state not only has a new name. The inside of the structure is undergoing a major renovation. SalesForce currently occupies four floors in SalesForce Tower and has plans to renovate a total of six.

    • Salesforce Leadership: Indy Culture Perfect Fit

    • Vectren Teaming up with Muncie Habitat for Humanity

      Greater Muncie Habitat for Humanity has partnered with the Vectren Foundation to build homes, revitalize neighborhoods and support local businesses. Execs from both organizations discuss their plan to improve housing and beautify neighborhoods in targeted areas.

    • Inside Building Futures Pre-Apprenticeship Program

      Northeast Indiana Works, the Northeast Indiana Building & Construction Trades Council, and Ivy Tech are graduating its first participants in its pre-apprenticeship program this weekend. It aims at helping low-income individuals in skilled-trades.  

  • Perspectives

    • Transferring Assets to Grandchildren

      Planning the transfer of assets to grandchildren is in many ways similar to transferring assets to your own children, with a few exceptions...

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • Pat McAfee Selects 'Barstool Sports' Space in Indy

      The sports humor and lifestyle media company launched by former Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee has announced the location of its Indianapolis office. Barstool Heartland, a division of Barstool Sports, will be located near the Indianapolis Central Library. Plans call for the space in the Buckingham Companies'-owned Library Square property to include a television and radio production studio, basketball court, golf simulator and private editing rooms.

    • Downtown Indy Space to Become Infosys U.S. 'Hub'

      State, city and company officials Tuesday laid out several reasons for why India-based technology giant Infosys selected Indianapolis as its first U.S. tech and innovation hub. They include Indiana's talent pool and academic pipeline. The company plans to invest more than $8.7 million into Indy, hiring up to 2,000 workers by 2022. Infosys says it will occupy around 35,000 square-feet of space in OneAmerica Tower downtown.

    • Vincennes Mourns McCormick

      Longtime businessman and Vincennes University board member C. James McCormick has passed away. Vincennes President Chuck Johnson says McCormick's time on the board marked "remarkable years of progress, thanks in part to his visionary leadership and generous philanthropy." Service to Vincennes ran in McCormick's family. McCormick served on the Vincennes board from 1990-1999 and 2007-2017.

    • Birge Picked to Lead 'Next Level' Coworking Space

      The new executive director of a coworking space set to open in Indianapolis says she has a big opportunity to help foster connections throughout the state. Katie Birge, former director of the Bloomington Economic Development Corp.'s Bloomington Technology Partnership and digital marketing strategist for Bloomington-based Envisage Technologies LLC, will become executive director of Launch Indy June 1. 

    • Ditch The Exit Interview - Consider This Instead

      Ah, the joy of the exit interview. No matter why an employee leaves a company, it's an awkward experience. Most of the time, it's reasonable for employees to ask themselves if HR really wants to get meaningful feedback. After all, by the time someone is in the exit interview, the deed is done. They've resigned. They're outta there. What if there's a better way?