• Top Videos

    • Benner: New Corruption Allegations Could do More Damage to NCAA

      Inside INdiana Sports Contributor Bill Benner believes a recent Yahoo! Sports report that alleges large-scale corruption at more than 20 NCAA member colleges involving improper payments to athletic recruits through a well-known agent might not be the end of the story. However, he believes a sad day could turn into "a glad day" in the long-run, if the process could bring systematic changes to collegiate athletics.

    • Sunday Sales Bill Passes House

      The Indiana Senate bill allowing carryout alcohol sales on Sunday is one step closer to Governor Holcomb's signature. The Indiana House approved Senate Bill 1 with the previously-added amendment putting Sunday sales into effect as soon as the governor signs it into law. Inside INdiana Business Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman caught up with Jon Sinder, chairman of the Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers to get his reaction.

    • Mira Award Nominees Cover Tech's Wide Spectrum

      More than 100 nominees have been announced for this year's Mira Awards. More than 200 applications for individuals, companies and organizations -- a record total -- were submitted in categories including New Startup of the Year, Innovation of the Year and Rising Star. Inside INdiana Business creator and host Gerry Dick is a nominee in the Community Champion of the Year category.

    • Levementum Riding Indy's Tech Wave

      The senior vice president of Arizona-based Levementum says the presence of Salesforce and a "fantastic talent pool" have made Indianapolis a great spot for the customer relationship management firm to grow. Michael Burton says the company will move to a new Indianapolis location this summer after outgrowing its current home at The Union 525 downtown. Early last year, the company detailed plans to add 175 jobs by 2021.

    • First-Ever Indy Tech Census

      The results are in from the first-ever Indy tech census report. Tech entrepreneurship organization, Powderkeg, shares some key findings and has some expansion news to share as well.

    • Emplify Continues Growth Spurt

      Fishers-based Emplify is touting a year of triple-digit sales growth and plans to add more than 30 employees this year. Why the tech firm’s CEO says the growth represents validation.

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  • The Show

    • KSM's New Innovation Center

      Indianapolis-based KSM Consulting is nearing completion of a new office and innovation center on Monument Circle in downtown Indy. Leadership from KSMC discuss the space dedicated for the firm's Data Analytics and Project Management.

    • Colts Coach Perspective

      He wore a Colts uniform for four seasons. Big Joe Staysniak weighs-in on the team naming Frank Reich as its next head coach after the Josh McDaniels debacle.  

    • Trendiana: Where are the Best Pies?

      It's comfort food, and America's favorite dessert. From fruit and custard to chocolate and nuts, our Trendiana segment has a roundup of some of the best pies in Indiana. 

    • Ball State Bill to Take Over Muncie Schools

      Struggling and debt-ridden Muncie Community Schools could soon be run by Ball State University. President Geoffrey Mearns discusses a bill making its way through the Statehouse. 

    • NeuroHope Lands Funding, National Recognition

      NeuroHope is making big strives in the rehabilitation arena. The Indianapolis therapy clinic, started by a quadriplegic, has landed a nearly $1 million grant and is now one of 11 worldwide affiliates of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation NeuroRecovery Network. NeroHope's executive director and founder talks about expanding services.

    • First Merchants on a Roll

      The largest financial institution headquartered in central Indiana is making headlines in Forbes magazine and also expanding into high-profile space in downtown Fort Wayne. First Merchant's CEO Mike Rechin discusses what's driving growth. 

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • First Merchants on a Roll

      The largest financial institution headquartered in central Indiana is making headlines in Forbes magazine and also expanding into high-profile space in downtown Fort Wayne. First Merchant's CEO Mike Rechin discusses what's driving growth. 

    • Workplace Culture Special: Eli Lilly and Co.

      Eli Lilly and Co. prides itself on a unique work culture. We sit down with an executive who has been implementing a strategy called “Integrated Workplace” since 2007!

    • Spot Freight Expanding

      A Hoosier freight broker is on track to do $100 million this year with plans to add more than 250 jobs. A co-founder and president of logistics company Spot Freight talks about how their technology is attracting top food, beverage, plastics and auto customers.

    • Gahl Details Visit Indy's Future Goals, Biggest Hurdles

      Chris Gahl, senior vice president of marketing and communications for Visit Indy, details the organization's major initiatives for 2018. Gahl also discusses the biggest challenges facing the city moving forward.

    • First-Ever Indy Tech Census

      The results are in from the first-ever Indy tech census report. Tech entrepreneurship organization, Powderkeg, shares some key findings and has some expansion news to share as well.

    • NeuroHope Lands Funding, National Recognition

      NeuroHope is making big strives in the rehabilitation arena. The Indianapolis therapy clinic, started by a quadriplegic, has landed a nearly $1 million grant and is now one of 11 worldwide affiliates of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation NeuroRecovery Network. NeroHope's executive director and founder talks about expanding services.

  • Perspectives

    • Is Your Enterprise Ready For Digital Transformation?

      We are living in a historic era with accelerating market and technology disruptions that impact our lives and rapidly change how we do business. Cloud computing, advanced analytics, and digital technologies have the potential to transform how every company interacts with its customer. So, how do businesses keep up and (better yet) stay ahead? Enter the digital CIO. A new breed of CIO is emerging to lead companies through technology changes happening at record pace.

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