• Top Videos

    • Pacers Poised For Opening Tip On And Off Hardwood

      The Indiana Pacers are expanding the tip-off of the 2018-2019 season Wednesday with the start of what it says will be Opening Week festivities. The team will have a second home game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis Saturday and new Senior Vice President for Corporate Community and Public Relations Brent Rockwood says the remainder of the week will include scavenger hunts, viewing parties and other family-oriented events. 

    • UE President Touts Designation's Social, Student Impact

    • Ambrose: White River to be Centerpiece of $1.4B Project

      The Indianapolis-based developer of the city's former GM Stamping Plant site says it's excited about the $1.4 billion downtown district sitting next to a "major natural asset." Ambrose Property Group Senior Vice President Andrew Greenwood says the Waterside development will embrace the White River, which he believes "historically the city and the state have kind of turned their back on." 

    • Ambrose Amps up Ambition For Old GM Stamping Site

      An Indianapolis-based developer has greatly expanded its original investment plans for the city's former GM Stamping Plant site. Ambrose Property Group's vision now includes projects totaling nearly $1.4 billion, more than doubling the $550 million scope detailed last year. 

    • Lafayette Town Hall: Purdue President Mitch Daniels

      Inside INdiana Business is on the road this week, coming to you from Greater Lafayette known for two great cities and one great university. We start the conversation with the Governor turned university president, who has wasted no time in getting down to business, whether it’s education or the economy.

    • Lafayette Town Hall: Subaru of Indiana

      Almost 30 years ago Subaru of Indiana Automotive rolled out its first vehicle in Lafayette. Today the sprawling plant relies on people and robots to produce hundreds of thousands of units annually.

  • The Show

    • Lafayette Town Hall: INsiders Part 1

      We dive into a special INsiders panel with a live studio audience. We discuss what’s fueling growth in Greater Lafayette, and challenges the region is facing.

    • Lafayette Town Hall: INsiders Part 2

      A new group of? INsiders ?weighs-in on a huge milestone Purdue is embarking on… 150 years. We look at what’s fueling innovation and entrepreneurship, and the school’s role in economic development in the region and state and impact around the globe. 

    • Lafayette Town Hall: Discovery Park's $1B Plans

      The 450-acre Purdue?Discovery Park District is expected to attract more than $1 billion in investment over the next three decades. University and foundation leadership explain how it will be a magnet for industry thought leaders, faculty, staff and residents. It’s an innovation community of and for the future.

    • Lafayette Town Hall: The Tale of Two Mayors

      Lafayette and West Lafayette are business and industry hubs focused on investment, jobs and quality of place. The mayors of both cities discuss some transformational projects, and their vision for the future.

    • Lafayette Town Hall: Wabash Heartland Innovation Network

      You’ve heard of Silicon Valley and Research Triangle, but what about Data Decagon? The Wabash Heartland Innovation Network is hoping to coin the term by partnering with 10 counties and making it the global epicenter for digital agriculture and next-generation manufacturing.

    • Lafayette Town Hall: GE Aviation Engine Facility

      Three years ago, the $100 million GE Aviation Lafayette Engine Facility opened for business. It’s part of Indiana’s growing aviation and aerospace profile. A new plant leader is in place to ramp up production and increase the head count.

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  • Perspectives

    • How Managers Can Keep Millennials Happy

      There are more than 56 million Millennials either actively participating in the workforce, or searching for a job. With a number like this, it’s no surprise that Millennials have taken the workplace by storm. But what is surprising is how different this generation is from their predecessors. They rely heavily on technology and prefer to communicate via text or email rather than a traditional phone call. Managing millennial employees can be a challenge — how can executives...