• Top Videos

    • New Operator Coming to Burns Harbors

      The Ports of Indiana is calling the move a “game-changer.” The nation’s oldest port operator, Metro Ports, is expanding to the Great Lakes for the first time at the Port of Indiana Burns Harbor. Exclusive details on a deal that some say could double bulk cargo business.

    • Nextech's New Initiatives

      Cutting edge opportunities for teachers to get out of the classroom and into the workplace to sharpen their computer science skills.  Details on Nextech’s Educator Externship Program and other teacher-focused initiatives.

    • Ball State's New President

      Geoffrey Mearns has been in his new role as president of Ball State University since May, and has big plans for the Muncie school. In our (i) on Education segment, he talks about his strategic plans with a focus on economic development and cultural vitality. 

    • Guatemala Electrification Project Update

      Hoosier lineworkers returned to Central America to bring electricity to the impoverished region and improve quality of life. It was the Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ third trip to Guatemala, and the team electrified 60 homes, a school, a church and a clinic for Project Indiana. 

    • Women & Hi Tech Partnering with Eleven Fifty

      Women & Hi Tech is partnering with Fishers-based Eleven Fifty Academy to help mentor women pursuing technology-related careers. Members of the nonprofit organization will meet each week with women currently enrolled in the Academy’s software development course.

    • Basketball Standout Turned Healthcare Exec

      Former Butler Basketball All American Chris Miskel recently became CEO of Versiti, a Midwestern healthcare company affiliated with the Indiana Blood Center. He discusses his role and the organization’s work in blood services and genomic research. 

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: Logistics Sector, Another Nonstop Flight, Paul George

      Each week a group of Insiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week we’re sounding off on big news in the Indiana logistics sector, another nonstop flight at Indianapolis International Airport and Paul George is ready to pack up.

    • Sports Corp Gearing Up for Signature Events

      The Indiana Sports Corp is gearing up for two signature events: the 30th anniversary of the Youthlinks Charity Golf Tournament and the second annual Indy Ultimate, an urban adventure race through downtown Indianapolis. 

    • Women & Hi Tech Partnering with Eleven Fifty

      Women & Hi Tech is partnering with Fishers-based Eleven Fifty Academy to help mentor women pursuing technology-related careers. Members of the nonprofit organization will meet each week with women currently enrolled in the Academy’s software development course.

    • Basketball Standout Turned Healthcare Exec

      Former Butler Basketball All American Chris Miskel recently became CEO of Versiti, a Midwestern healthcare company affiliated with the Indiana Blood Center. He discusses his role and the organization’s work in blood services and genomic research. 

    • Nextech's New Initiatives

      Cutting edge opportunities for teachers to get out of the classroom and into the workplace to sharpen their computer science skills.  Details on Nextech’s Educator Externship Program and other teacher-focused initiatives.

    • Guatemala Electrification Project Update

      Hoosier lineworkers returned to Central America to bring electricity to the impoverished region and improve quality of life. It was the Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ third trip to Guatemala, and the team electrified 60 homes, a school, a church and a clinic for Project Indiana. 

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Port Partnership Could Double Bulk Business

      In a move that Ports of Indiana Chief Executive Officer Rich Cooper says can be a "game-changer," California-based Metro Ports will next month become the new bulk terminal operator at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor. Cooper predicts the agreement with the 165-year-old company, which was approved Tuesday, could double bulk cargo business at the port within the next five years. The operation will be Metro Ports' first outside of the East, West and Gulf coasts.

    • BorgWarner Breaks Ground In Noblesville

      Michigan-based BorgWarner broke ground today on a $28 million technical center in Noblesville. The 100,000 square-foot facility will consolidate the company’s existing centers in Anderson and Pendleton into one location.

    • Consul-General: Indiana-Japan Ties Getting Stronger

      The new Consul-General of Japan in Chicago says Indiana's strong incentive offerings and cooperation from its key economic leaders are key to continued strong relations between the state and the Asian nation. Naoki Ito, who represents Indiana and nine other Midwestern states, says there are currently about 280 Japanese companies operating in Indiana, supporting around 58,000 jobs. 

    • The INnovators: Iris Works

      This month's INnovators with Dr. K segment features portrait photographer Meredith Gradle, who has developed Iris Works, an all-inclusive studio management system that caters to photographers.
    • Sells Group CEO Discusses Digital Marketing Firm's Growth

      At just 25-years of age, he’s running one of the state’s largest digital marketing firms. The founder and CEO of the Sells Group talks about growth and a high profile deal he just made with the Indiana Pacers.

    • SEP's New Product Design Studio

      Businesses that need help designing software or solving a problem can now do so at a new studio. We give you a first look inside the new Software Engineering Professionals Product Design Studio in Carmel.

  • Perspectives

    • Don't Drop Your Guard

      Why do you lock your home every time you leave it? Most likely, you do it to keep thieves out. Since you haven't experienced any thefts, why continue to lock up? Okay, you're probably shaking your head and thinking that I must not be all that bright. You keep locking your door because you don't want to create an opening for the thieves. Then help me understand what I've seen many companies do over the years...

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • rue21 Closing Indiana Stores

      Pennsylvania-based clothing retailer rue21 has announced plans to close hundreds of stores throughout the country, including eight in Indiana. In a post on its website and social media channels, the company called the move a "difficult but necessary decision."

    • Anthem Reaches $115M Data Breach Settlement

      Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc. (NYSE: ANTM) has reached a $115 million settlement agreement over the 2015 data breach involving nearly 80 million people. Attorneys for the plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit say the agreement, if approved by the court, would be the largest data breach settlement in history. The settlement fund would be used to provide those affected by the breach with at least two years of credit monitoring or reimburse those who are already enrolled.

    • Hundreds of Jobs Coming to Carmel

      Allied Solutions LLC in Carmel is planning to add more than 600 jobs over the next decade. The subsidiary of Minnesota-based Securian Financial Group will locate to a new $33 million company headquarters in the Hamilton County city.

    • Peabody Energy Files For Bankruptcy

      The world's largest coal mining company, which has six mines in Indiana, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Missouri-based Peabody Energy Corp. CEO Glenn Kellow says the move comes "amid a historically challenged industry backdrop." The company alluded to the potential filing last month, citing massive debt. The Indiana portfolio includes the Bear Run Mine in Sullivan County, which Peabody says is the largest surface mine in the eastern United States.

    • Vertellus Bankruptcy Reorganization Complete

      Indianapolis-based Vertellus Specialties Inc. has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy following a deal with creditors. The specialty chemical manufacturer says a group including Black Diamond Capital Management and Brightwood Capital Advisors has acquired nearly all its U.S. and international assets. Vertellus says it employs some 900 globally. DLA Piper, which was part of the legal team representing Vertellus, says the approximate price of the transaction was $454 million.