• Top Videos

    • Walmart Opens One-of-a-Kind Milk Processing Plant

      Walmart christened its first milk processing plant in North America this week in Fort Wayne, which created some 300 new jobs. Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler weighs-in on the plant’s impact and a boost for the Hoosier dairy industry.

    • Inside Netfor's New HQ

      Technology and customer support company Netfor Inc. is settling in its new $4 million HQ in the Fishers Technology Park. Founder and CEO Jeff Medley discusses the need for upgraded space as it expands its software-as-a-service, IoT and cloud industries services.

    • Indiana Fiber Network Details Major Infrastructure Investment

      The Indiana Fiber Network is rolling out a $50 million plan to increase capacity and broadband access reliability statewide. CEO Jim Turner explains the need for big infrastructure investment and gives us a glimpse at the future of broadband.

    • Lauth Leadership Talks Rejuvenation and New Projects

      For more than 40 years, Indianapolis-based Lauth has been developing business facilities throughout Indiana and the U.S., but made dramatic cuts during the recession. CEO Mike Jones talks about the company’s comeback and new projects.

    • Vera Bradley Foundation Boosts Breast Cancer Research

      To date, the Vera Bradley Foundation has committed more than $37 million to the IU School of Medicine in the fight against breast cancer. The director of the IU Simon Cancer Center discusses the focus of a major new research center planned for Indianapolis.

    • New Approach to Developing Leaders

      To meet the demands of today’s rapidly changing world, modern leaders can no longer rely on a traditional model for effective leadership. That’s why The Institute for Postindustrial Leadership at the University of Indianapolis supports a new paradigm of leadership principles.

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: Dairy Boost, New $440M Development, Luck Throwing Again

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we sound off on one of the nation’s largest grocer getting into the milk business with a major plant in Indiana, a $440 million live-work-play development gets a green light and Andrew Luck is throwing a football again.

    • New IoT Partnership Focuses on Global Presence

      Fishers-based ClearObject says a new partnership with UI Labs' Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute in Chicago will broaden the IoT-focused company's global presence. As Mary-Rachel Redman reports, the collaboration will open the door for multiple opportunities.

    • Turnstone Lands Olympic-Level Designation

      Turnstone Center for Children & Adults with Disabilities in Fort Wayne has landed a long-anticipated designation. CEO Mike Mushett talks about the United States Olympic Committee’s decision to name the agency the seventh U.S. Paralympic Training Site.

    • New Approach to Developing Leaders

      To meet the demands of today’s rapidly changing world, modern leaders can no longer rely on a traditional model for effective leadership. That’s why The Institute for Postindustrial Leadership at the University of Indianapolis supports a new paradigm of leadership principles.

    • Vera Bradley Foundation Boosts Breast Cancer Research

      To date, the Vera Bradley Foundation has committed more than $37 million to the IU School of Medicine in the fight against breast cancer. The director of the IU Simon Cancer Center discusses the focus of a major new research center planned for Indianapolis.

    • Lauth Leadership Talks Rejuvenation and New Projects

      For more than 40 years, Indianapolis-based Lauth has been developing business facilities throughout Indiana and the U.S., but made dramatic cuts during the recession. CEO Mike Jones talks about the company’s comeback and new projects.

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Indiana Fiber Network Details Major Infrastructure Investment

      The Indiana Fiber Network is rolling out a $50 million plan to increase capacity and broadband access reliability statewide. CEO Jim Turner explains the need for big infrastructure investment and gives us a glimpse at the future of broadband.

    • Walmart Opens One-of-a-Kind Milk Processing Plant

      Walmart christened its first milk processing plant in North America this week in Fort Wayne, which created some 300 new jobs. Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler weighs-in on the plant’s impact and a boost for the Hoosier dairy industry.

    • BorgWarner's New Tech Center

      BorgWarner is consolidating two tech centers in Anderson and Pendleton into one new facility in Hamilton County. A company exec discusses the $28 million investment and the benefits of combining R&D, testing, engineering and design under one roof.

    • Greenlight Guru Extends Platform

      Indianapolis-based Greenlight Guru has launched a new product that is not only expected to impact job growth, but the global medical device industry.  In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks to the company’s CEO and co-founder about the new software.

    • Boy Scouts' Sterrett Talks National Promotion, Indiana Replacement

    • Training Academy Touts Tech Hot Spot Connections

      The founder of Indianapolis-based coding school Kenzie Academy says a packed reception this week attended by big names like Governor Eric Holcomb and leaders from the business community demonstrates how the state and city are embracing the tech community. Chok Ooi says he touts the support to his connections in the Silicon Valley.

  • Perspectives

    • Delegation Spurs Growth

      When was the last time you or your nonprofit board delegated something? Better yet, when was the last time you should have delegated something but didn't? Effective delegation is an art and often lacking, but by following a few simple steps it becomes easier and can spur growth and sustainability in an organization. In the grand scheme, there is no lack of tasks to delegate, and yet few people can do it effectively.

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