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    • IMA: Education Initiative a 'Win-Win'

      The Indiana Manufacturers Association says its recently-announced education program is a "win-win" for both employers and students throughout the state. The organization has launched the Indiana Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education, which aims to provide skilled workers for the state's manufacturing industry through a dual-track training effort.

    • Dept. of Labor Honors Eleven Fifty

      Fishers-based Eleven Fifty Academy says it is the first in Indiana and one of just a few in the nation to be recognized by the U.S. Department of labor as a software development apprenticeship program. The department is taking part in a ceremonial signing with the academy this morning at Eleven Fifty's headquarters in Launch Fishers.

    • BioCrossroads Looking to the Future During Transition

      The incoming interim president and chief executive officer of BioCrossroads says the transition in leadership will be a smooth one. The state's life science initiative announced Wednesday longtime CEO David Johnson is leaving to continue his role as CEO of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership on a full-time basis. Nora Doherty will assume the interim position at the beginning of the year and says BioCrossroads continues to look to the future.

    • Work Begins on 16 Tech's First Building

      16 Tech developers have officially broken ground on the innovation district's first building, marking the beginning of an ambitious 10-year project. The $30 million Advanced Research and Innovation building is fully-leased and will anchor the 60-acre development. The facility, which will house the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, Central Indiana Corporate Partnership and Indiana University School of Medicine researchers, is set to be complete in mid-2020

    • Bid For FFA Convention Draws 'Fierce' Competition

      Visit Indy says the National FFA Organization's decision to keep its annual convention in Indianapolis is the result of nearly a year of negotiations. The Indy-based organization Tuesday announced Indianapolis would continue to host the event through 2031. 

    • IND Adds New Airline, Nonstop Routes

      A Florida-based airline, billing itself as an "ultra low-cost carrier," is coming to Indianapolis International Airport. Spirit Airlines Inc. will begin daily, nonstop service to Las Vegas and Orlando in March, and add summer seasonal nonstop service to Myrtle Beach in May. 

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    • Dept. of Labor Honors Eleven Fifty

      Fishers-based Eleven Fifty Academy says it is the first in Indiana and one of just a few in the nation to be recognized by the U.S. Department of labor as a software development apprenticeship program. The department is taking part in a ceremonial signing with the academy this morning at Eleven Fifty's headquarters in Launch Fishers.

    • Special Agbioscience INsiders

      The state’s agbioscience sector has been on fire in 2018, from a number of new companies to national events and shows to international trips. We assembled a special INsiders panel to discuss the agbioscience ecosystem in Indiana, successes and challenges that lie ahead.

    • Purdue Football Outlook

      Purdue University football fans have several reasons to celebrate this season. The team is headed to the Music City Bowl, and Head Coach Jeff Brohm is staying! Long-time Purdue insider and Gold and Black.com Publisher Alan Karpick looks at the future of football for the Boilermakers.

    • Inside Hoosier Youth Challenge Academy

      The Indiana National Guard’s Hoosier Youth Challenge Academy helps "at risk" youth by using quasi-military training. In our (i) on Education segment, Major General Courtney Carr explains how the academy is putting graduates into the Indiana workforce.

    • Plans Underway for New Behavioral Hospital

      U.S. Health Vest and Hendricks Regional Health are partnering to create a new behavioral center. In the Business of Health, leadership discusses the immediate need to treat behavioral health and provide addiction treatment services.

    • Trendiana: Distressing Tips for the Holidays

      It’s a fact, the holidays can be stressful! Our Trendiana segment has tips for destressing and recharging this season, all while supporting Indiana businesses.   

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    • The Art of The Apology

      You screwed up. You handled something the wrong way, or you failed to handle it when you should have. Now what are you going to do? If you're a big company, you're probably going to screw up some more. Oh, you’ll attempt some kind of public apology, but it will be so halfhearted or passive-aggressive that you'll get called on it, and you’ll find yourself taking a second whack at the apology tree. That's the conclusion I’ve drawn as I've...

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