• Top Videos

    • Gary Coworking Space Hopes To Change City's Perception

      Four decades ago, Gary was a booming city of steel. A town that produced the likes of Michael Jackson and The Jackson 5. In the years since, the city has become a tragic portrait of America's industrial decline. But two young women are trying to change the narrative of a town they both admit is best known by its nickname “Scary Gary.” 

    • Milhaus Mega Investment

      Hoosier real estate developer Milhaus lands a nearly quarter of a billion dollar equity investment. What the infusion means for Indiana, and the firm’s potential to become a leader in the live-work-play movement.

    • KAR Auction Services All in with Tech

      KAR Auction Services says, at its core, it’s really a tech company. Leadership from the Carmel company and subsidiary TradeRev talk tech and a new $80 million headquarters.

    • Toyota Subsidiary Expanding in Westfield

      Toyota Industries subsidiary Bastian Solutions already has a big presence in Indiana, but it’s about to get bigger with a major investment in Westfield.

    • Indiana Conference for Women Preview

      We’re just weeks away from the largest professional development event for women in the Midwest. We give you a sneak peek inside this year’s Indiana Conference for Women.

    • Pacers New GM

      The Indiana Pacers have 10 new faces, a new training facility, new uniforms and a new person running the front office. We introduce to you GM Chad Buchanan and get his take on the outlook for the team.

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: Amazon Bid Update, Ft. Wayne Metals Adding Jobs, Pacers Tip Off

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on the bid for Amazon’s massive second headquarters, a Fort Wayne manufacturer adding more than 300 jobs and for the first time since 2010, the Pacers tip off the season and Paul George is not on the roster.

    • INnovators: FroYo XPress

      Swipe, pour, enjoy! A Purdue startup is developing an automated, self-serve frozen yogurt kiosk with the help of $35,000 in investments. One of the co-founders of Froyo Xpress is in the hot seat on the INnovators with Dr. K.

    • Healing Through Art

      There are many signs that it is Breast Cancer Awareness month. But at St. Vincent Health, the signs are very large works of art. The newly expanding art studio inside the St. Vincent Breast Care Centerbuilding is a prototype of what art therapy can accomplish.

    • Pacers New GM

      The Indiana Pacers have 10 new faces, a new training facility, new uniforms and a new person running the front office. We introduce to you GM Chad Buchanan and get his take on the outlook for the team.

    • Indiana Conference for Women Preview

      We’re just weeks away from the largest professional development event for women in the Midwest. We give you a sneak peek inside this year’s Indiana Conference for Women.

    • KAR Auction Services All in with Tech

      KAR Auction Services says, at its core, it’s really a tech company. Leadership from the Carmel company and subsidiary TradeRev talk tech and a new $80 million headquarters.

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Another Tech Company Adding Indy Jobs

      Indianapolis has landed another win in what has been a busy week for the city's burgeoning tech industry. Software company myCOI has announced plans to expand its Indianapolis headquarters and create up to 185 jobs by 2021. The company, whose platform tracks and manages certificates of insurance, won last year's Venture Club of Indiana Innovation Showcase.

    • INnovators: FroYo XPress

      Swipe, pour, enjoy! A Purdue startup is developing an automated, self-serve frozen yogurt kiosk with the help of $35,000 in investments. One of the co-founders of Froyo Xpress is in the hot seat on the INnovators with Dr. K.

    • International Center Expanding to NE Indiana

      The International Center is extending its services to the state’s second largest city. Fort Wayne’s fast-growing immigrant population includes more than 6,000 residents from Burma/Myanmar alone. The organization’s new president and CEO discuss its growing statewide presence.

    • FirstNet To Offer Multiple Benefits For Hoosiers

      Indiana is one of 25 states to approve FirstNet, a modernized communication network for public safety and first responders. The plan, offered nationwide by AT&T, will build high-speed, wireless communication infrastructure at no cost to taxpayers.

  • Perspectives

    • I Lost My Engagement Ring!

      You lose something of value and your first question is "is it covered?" Insurance policies provide a limited amount for such losses, but generally not enough to cover expensive items. To be fully reimbursed, what do you do?   When you purchase a standard homeowners or renters insurance policy, you assume all your personal property is fully protected in the event of a loss. That’s not necessarily true. Items of significant value, as well as any exclusive...

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • Hoosier Cities 'Lowest Cost of Living' List

      Three communities top a national list of Cities with the Lowest Cost of Living in America. Niche.com, a site that focuses on public data on schools and neighborhoods, ranks four Indiana cities in the top 20. The site bases the rankings on factors including consumer price index and access to affordable housing, using data from the U.S. Census and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. You can see the full rankings by clicking here. The top 20 are...

    • Lilly Announces $72M Indy Investment

      Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) has announced plans to invest $72 million in an insulin manufacturing project at one of its Indianapolis facilities. The company says the investment will replace an existing insulin vial filling line and allow it to meet growing demand for its insulin products. The project is part of the $850 million in U.S. investments that Lilly announced in March. Chief Executive Officer David Ricks says the move...

    • Technicolor Details Indy Layoffs

      California-based Technicolor Inc. says it will close its office on the north side of Indianapolis by the end of the year. In a notice to the state, the company says the closure will leave 95 employees out of work. 

    • Another Tech Company Adding Indy Jobs

      Indianapolis has landed another win in what has been a busy week for the city's burgeoning tech industry. Software company myCOI has announced plans to expand its Indianapolis headquarters and create up to 185 jobs by 2021. The company, whose platform tracks and manages certificates of insurance, won last year's Venture Club of Indiana Innovation Showcase. Its clients include Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE: CAT), Cushman and Wakefield and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

    • Team 360 Stays in Indy For Expansion

      Indianapolis-based Team 360 Services has announced expansion plans that could result in nearly 140 jobs over the next two years. The fire protection and building services company currently employs more than 300, the majority of which are in Indianapolis. During an interview in March on Inside INdiana Business Television, Chief Executive Officer Michael Crafton talked about how a "bro hug" after a night out in Indianapolis helped launch Team 360 a decade ago.