• Top Videos

    • Infosys, Purdue Ink Workforce Development Deal

      In May, Indian tech giant Infosys selected Indianapolis for its first U.S. tech and innovation hub. Now it’s partnering with Purdue University to train thousands of workers. We have exclusive details on the five-year deal. 

    • Inaugural Public Good Index

      Hoosier think tank the Sagamore Institute is ready to release its inaugural Public Good Index, which examines quality of life in 11 Hoosier cities. We give you a first look at some eye opening data on poverty, income and fiscal stability.

    • Chamber School District Study

      A new study suggests school corporation size has a direct impact on student achievement. Leadership from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Center for Business and Economic Research discuss challenges and opportunities for small school districts. 

    • Funnyman Scott Long

      Hoosier comedian Scott Long has been making people laugh for years and increasingly, those laughs are at gigs outside of Indiana. He’s talks about the competitive world of corporate comedy and a special event that’s coming up

    • Breast Tissue Bank Marks 10th Year

      For 10 years, researchers at the Komen Tissue Bank at IU have studied healthy breast tissue to advance the search for a cure to breast cancer. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks about what’s next for the tissue bank with its founder.

    • IUPUI Joins the Horizon League

      IUPUI's athletics programs have a new home in the Horizon League. Bill Benner and the deputy commissioner of the league talk about what it means not only for the university, but the city, state and the league.

    More
  • The Show

    • INsiders: Purdue-Infosys Deal, Indy's New Nonstop, Gen Con is Back

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on a major Purdue-Infosys partnership, Indy scores another San Fran nonstop and one of the state’s biggest conventions is back.

    • INnovators: BlackCraft Boards

      After more than a year, some Hoosier siblings are ready to launch a new longboard made with carbon fibers instead of wood. In the INnovators with Dr. K, he chats with two of the siblings who started BlackCraft about how they can keep their business on a roll.

    • 2017 Gen Con Preview

      If you are out and about this weekend in downtown Indianapolis, you’ll most likely spot a “Gen Con goer” in full garb. One of the state’s biggest conventions is underway in expanded space and under new leadership.

    • Breast Tissue Bank Marks 10th Year

      For 10 years, researchers at the Komen Tissue Bank at IU have studied healthy breast tissue to advance the search for a cure to breast cancer. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks about what’s next for the tissue bank with its founder.

    • IUPUI Joins the Horizon League

      IUPUI's athletics programs have a new home in the Horizon League. Bill Benner and the deputy commissioner of the league talk about what it means not only for the university, but the city, state and the league.

    • Funnyman Scott Long

      Hoosier comedian Scott Long has been making people laugh for years and increasingly, those laughs are at gigs outside of Indiana. He’s talks about the competitive world of corporate comedy and a special event that’s coming up

    More
  • Most Popular Videos

    • New Gen Con CEO Talks Indy

      On the eve of Gen Con in Indianapolis, the Seattle-based organization has a new chief executive officer. Gaming industry veteran David Hoppe has been Gen Con LLC's president since May. He says he hopes the city will continue to be at the center of the group's activities, telling Inside INdiana Business, "The bedrock of what we do is what we do here in Indianapolis every year." Gen Con, which begins Thursday, is sold out and expected to draw more than 60,000 people.

    • BidPal Targets Growth 'Beyond The Ballroom'

      The chief executive officer of Indianapolis-based BidPal Inc. says he believes the future of charitable giving means "expansion beyond the ballroom." Steve Johns says a recent $6 million round of funding will add 15 workers and help boost development of applications that meet people "where people are," which includes on smartphones at walks, runs and rides for causes.

    • Recovery Force Rolls Along With Key Approval, Funding

      Launch Fishers-based Recovery Force LLC has cleared a major hurdle and received a more than $240,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has cleared the wearable technology company to market its RF 1400 Active Compression Wrap, which is designed to improve circulation and reduce healing time without the typical side effects.

    • Indy Benefiting From 'Gen Con Effect'

      Organizers expect more than 40,000 attendees and 400 exhibitors to take part in Indiana Comic Con beginning today in Indianapolis. Visit Indy Senior Vice President Chris Gahl says those totals, both increases over last year, are due in part to the "Gen Con Effect." He says the success of Gen Con, which has grown to nearly 70,000 attendees per year, has attracted other pop culture conventions. The event is expected to have a $3 million local economic impact.

  • Perspectives

    • 90 Minutes by 2020

      Chicago is the third-biggest city in the United States and more than ten million people live in the Chicagoland metropolitan area. Another seventy-six million people visit the area each year. Chicago is an international hub for commerce, and is a leader in industries like finance, manufacturing, technology, and telecommunications. It boasts the second busiest airport in the world and has one of the largest, most diversified economies in the world.

    More

Events



  • Most Popular Stories

    • Cummins Expanding Indiana Wind Farm

      Columbus-based Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) is expanding a wind farm in northern Indiana. The company says, when fully operational, the farm will generate renewable energy equal to the amount Cummins uses at its Indiana facilities. The expansion will add 75 megawatts of capability to the plant, which is enough to power about 20,000 average Indiana homes. The Meadow Lake Wind Farm complex currently has a capacity of 600 megawatts.

    • On-Air

      Find out when and where you can watch and listen to our reports.

    • Busche Owner Makes Another Acquisition

      Albion-based Busche Performance Group Inc. says its parent company has acquired Michigan-based 3Point Machine Inc. Shipston Equity Holdings LLC, based in New Hampshire, says 3Point will be called Busche Performance Group Southfield Inc. as a result of the merger. 

    • Indiana Is Lifting the Future of Flight

      While on the floor of the Farnborough International Airshow, the world’s largest exhibition dedicated to the aviation industry, it was clear to international industry leaders that Indiana is propelling the future of aerospace and aviation. That’s because, from the unveiling of a new flight technology to the top companies exhibiting at the airshow, everything seemed to keep coming back to Indiana.

    • Saint Joseph's Students, Faculty Scrambling

      Two days after the Saint Joseph's College Board of Trustees voted to suspend activities on the Rensselaer campus, students and faculty are searching for answers. A source with close knowledge of the situation tells Inside INdiana Business one of the issues that led to the school's "dire" financial situation is a trust involving land some say is worth up to $75 million, but would only be able to sell for $15 million because of restrictions in place.