• Top Videos

    • Bedel: 'The Road To Mars Goes Through Indiana'

      Representatives from the state joined members from the NASA Space Launch System (SLS), Orion and Ground Systems programs to celebrate Indiana's aerospace and defense industry.

      Executive Director of the Indiana Aerospace and Defense Council Ryan Metzing says there are more than a dozen small to medium-sized companies located in Indiana that are playing a significant role in America’s future in deep space.

    • Indiana's Effort for Amazon HQ

      The clock is ticking for central Indiana to submit a proposal for Amazon’s massive second headquartersand the potential for 50,000 new jobs. What can we check off and where are we lacking? TechPoint CEO Mike Langellier shares our strengths and weaknesses.

    • Cheddar gets Cheddar

      Cheddar gets some cheddar. The Bloomington tech billing company lands $1.25 million in funding. We talk with the startup’s CEO about a unique business model and adding jobs.

    • Ironworks Hotel Opens, Bottleworks Progressing

      Wisconsin-based Hendricks Commercial Properties has built the first luxury boutique hotel on the north side of Indianapolis, and they aren’t stopping there. Next up… a $260 million development along Mass Ave.in downtown Indy. 

    • Cutting-Edge Auto Tech Center Moving Forward

      The automotive industry has long been the engine of Indiana’s economy. We have some exclusive details on Ivy Tech’s plans for a sophisticated automotive technology center.

    • LyoHUB Trying to Advance Freeze-Drying

      Researchers are working to modernize a process that could be used in making everything from freeze-dried space foods to lifesaving wonder drugs. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks about the goal of the Purdue LyoHUB.

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  • The Show

    • Insiders: Amazon Bid, Governor's Japan Trip, Colts Sluggish Start

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on Indy vying for a massive Amazon’s headquarters, the Governor wrapping up his trip to Japan and the Colts are off to an ugly start.

    • Scott Jones' Mansion Hits the Auction Block

      Serial tech entrepreneur Scott Jones $20 million mansion hits the auction block this weekend, along with everything inside. Several thousand items had to be tagged and barcoded. We have the story about the estate sales technology utilized.

    • 16 Legendary Athletes and Coaches to be Bronzed

      Sixteen legendary athletes and coaches will be immortalized in bronze to serve as inspiration to new generations. It’s part of the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience that will open at theChildren’s Museum next spring.

    • ISTEP+ Scores Perspective

      IPS has been working for years to find ways to improve test scores and graduation rates. When the most recent ISTEP results were released, one particular group of IPS schools showed improvement, those known as Innovation Schools.

    • LyoHUB Trying to Advance Freeze-Drying

      Researchers are working to modernize a process that could be used in making everything from freeze-dried space foods to lifesaving wonder drugs. In the Business of Health, Barb Lewis talks about the goal of the Purdue LyoHUB.

    • Cutting-Edge Auto Tech Center Moving Forward

      The automotive industry has long been the engine of Indiana’s economy. We have some exclusive details on Ivy Tech’s plans for a sophisticated automotive technology center.

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Cheddar gets Cheddar

      Cheddar gets some cheddar. The Bloomington tech billing company lands $1.25 million in funding. We talk with the startup’s CEO about a unique business model and adding jobs.

    • Culture Matters: Element Three

      Full service marketing agency Element Three has called the Pyramids in Indy home for nearly a decade and says its unique office space sparks inspiration. In this month’s Culture Matters we take you inside this creative Hoosier company.

  • Perspectives

    • What Drives Customer Loyalty?

      To drive customer loyalty, a company must first be able to identify its loyal customers. Seems pretty obvious, right? So what's the exact threshold that defines a loyal customer for your business? Recognizing a loyal customer means an opportunity to reward them and reinforce a virtuous cycle of delight and profitability. When companies miss the drivers of loyalty, they can alienate or even lose valuable customer relationships - and that can be an expensive oversight.

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • Agreement Hones in on Potential Fourth Port Site

      The Ports of Indiana has signed a purchase agreement for 725 acres along the Ohio River as the potential location for another state-run port. The property in Lawrenceburg and Aurora is owned by Tanners Creek Development LLC and previously served as an American Electric Power Co. Inc. (NYSE: AEP) coal-fired power plant. If the site clears the state's environmental and economic viability study process, the acquisition could be finalized by December of 2018.

    • Partnership Delivers First-in-Nation Opportunity for Hoosier High School Students

      Indiana is the first state in the country to have a new partnership with a national certification program focused on manufacturing. The goal is to get more Hoosier students graduating high school with nationally-recognized credentials in-hand, ready to start their manufacturing careers immediately. Nearly 100 high schools throughout Indiana will be offering the revamped curriculum designed to swing open the doors of opportunity. “Even on a national scale, this is a major deal...
    • Celadon Dropping Driving Academies

      A subsidiary of Indianapolis-based Celadon Group Inc. (NYSE: CGI) has announced plans to exit its three Celadon Driving Academy locations. Celadon Trucking says one of the company's third-party driving school partners will establish accredited driving schools at the current CDA locations.

    • Bose Public Affairs Group Promotes Cornell to VP

      Bose Public Affairs Group LLC has promoted Amy Cornell to vice president. Since joining the firm in 2016, she has represented critical players in Indiana’s farming industry, such as Indiana Pork. As a member of the government relations team, she has also worked with the Indiana Economic Development Association assisting Indiana’s rural communities with land use planning, policy and infrastructure.

    • Colts Name Chief Sales & Marketing Officer

      The Indianapolis Colts have hired Roger VanDerSnick as chief sales and marketing officer. He is an Indiana native and graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, VanDerSnick comes to the Colts with more than 30 years of experience in the sales and marketing field. He most recently served as chief sales and marketing officer of International Management Group College for six years.