• Top Videos

    • What is The Future of Tech Jobs In Indiana?

      Could the tech jobs of the future be filled by the skilled trades workers of the present?

      According to one of the state's foremost leaders in the tech sector the answer is a resounding yes.

      In an interview with ClearObject Cheif Executive Officer John McDonald, he was quick to point out that the Indianapolis area alone currently has over 1,000 jobs open in the tech industry, specifically for "coders and people who can do data analytics." 

    • Milhaus Lands Major Investment

      Indianapolis-based real estate developer Milhaus has received a $245 million equity investment from FrontRange Capital Partners in Colorado. The developer says it will use the money, which also includes funding from a group of internal investors, to reach its goal of having 20,000 units in 10 markets by 2020. Milhaus adds an upcoming undisclosed investment from StepStone Group Real Estate LP will contribute to the effort.

    • 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.

    • Rural Coworking Space Says Goal Is Making Entrepreneurship 'A Dinner Conversation'

      One Indiana coworking space in a rural southwestern city is helping millennials contemplate a long-term future in their hometown.

      Courtney Knies Ball, community coordinator at Current Blend, a coworking area in Huntingburg believes the space is helping younger members of the community embrace entrepreneurship.

    • Toyota Subsidiary to Expand Into Westfield

      A subsidiary of Japan-based Toyota Industries Corp. has unveiled plans to build a new manufacturing center in Westfield. Indianapolis-based Bastian Solutions will invest more than $8 million to construct the 90,000-square-foot facility, creating up to 87 high-wage jobs by 2020.

    • Wait is Finally Over in Fishers

      Two hyped up, high profile retail attractions are finally open in Fishers: IKEA and Topgolf. Purdue retail expert Richard Feinberg weighs-in on the impact, both short and long-term for the Hamilton County city and the state.

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: Fishers Openings, Opioid Crisis, Record Growth at Airport

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, we sound off on two big retailers opening their first Indiana locations with much fanfare, a $50 million IU initiative focuses on the state’s addiction epidemic and the airport is on track for a record 2017.

    • Topgolf Officially Opens

      Furniture, food and now fun comes to Fishers as the last of its three new attractions opens this weekend.Topgolf says it will create 500 jobs in Hamilton County with its first Indiana location and 35th worldwide.

    • Red Bull Air Race Takes to the Skies

      The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is preparing for its final event of the season, but it won’t be on the track…instead it will take place above it. The second annual Red Bull Air Race kicks off this weekend and will feature the crowning of a new world champion. 

    • Washington TWP Schools Groundbreakings

      The Metropolitan School District of Washington Township in Marion County just broke ground on two new elementary schools as part of a $185 million capital project, money approved in a township referendum last fall.

    • IU Investing $50M in Opioid Crisis

      Indiana is one of four states where the fatal drug overdose rate has more than quadrupled since 1999. Leadership from IU and IU Health explain how the school’s bold, $50 million investment will target the opioid crisis head on.

    • Airport on Target for Record Growth

      The Indianapolis International Airport is closing in on a record 2017. Airport Authority Executive Director Mario Rodriguez breaks down the numbers, and what’s fueling growth.

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • What is The Future of Tech Jobs In Indiana?

      Could the tech jobs of the future be filled by the skilled trades workers of the present?

      According to one of the state's foremost leaders in the tech sector the answer is a resounding yes.

      In an interview with ClearObject Cheif Executive Officer John McDonald, he was quick to point out that the Indianapolis area alone currently has over 1,000 jobs open in the tech industry, specifically for "coders and people who can do data analytics." 

    • Pacers Preparing for NBA 2K League

      The future of elite, competitive basketball isn’t just for athletes. The NBA is leading that next evolution of the sport by forming an eleague where league franchises, including the Pacers, will have real teams competing in the virtual world. 

    • Ball State Launches New College of Health

      Ball State University just launched a new College of Health. The first dean of the college sits down with Barbara Lewis in the Business of Health.

    • Vermillion Rise Development Update

      Land in Vermillion County, where deadly chemical weapons were once manufactured and for many years stored, is undergoing a major transformation. The new executive director at Vermillion Rise Mega Park discusses the new development in west central Indiana.

    • Aerotronic Off the Ground

      A unique startup drone company is off the ground and running in Indianapolis. Aerotronic makes its first helicopter delivery to Alaska. The company’s CEO talks about the cutting edge technology.

    • McCorkle to Lead TechPoint Board

      The new board chair for Indiana’s tech sector initiative says talent will be his initial focus. Scott McCorkle says working to develop and attract top talent is a continuation of TechPoint’s efforts to grow the tech scene in the state. In an interview with Inside INdiana Business, McCorkle said he's happy to be in Indiana, adding the quality of tech companies in the state are on the same level as those on the coasts or in places like Austin, Texas.

  • Perspectives

    • A Good 'Space' is About More Than Design

      Spaces Indiana, a competitive design showcase of innovative workspaces in Indiana, recently celebrated five winners from its 2017 pool of candidates, including MOBI, greenlight.guru, Flaherty & Collins, Mimir, and Bradley & Montgomery. These winners were chosen from dozens of forward-thinking, innovative companies who understand that workplace design is critical to realizing success. Attending the Spaces event brought back memories of my first job out of college.

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • 'Best and Brightest' Finalists Unveiled

      Junior Achievement of Central Indiana has unveiled its list of "Indy's Best and Brightest" finalists. The event honors 100 of the area's "most outstanding young professionals" in central Indiana under the age of 40 in 10 industries including technology, manufacturing and government.

    • What is The Future of Tech Jobs In Indiana?

      Could the tech jobs of the future be filled by the skilled trades workers of the present? According to one of the state's foremost leaders in the tech sector the answer is a resounding yes. In an interview with ClearObject Chief Executive Officer John McDonald, he was quick to point out that the Indianapolis area alone currently has over 1,000 jobs open in the tech industry, specifically for "coders and people who can do data analytics." 

    • Tropicana Evansville Set For Grand Opening

      Indiana’s first land-based casino will Friday open its doors. Officials are set to cut the ribbon on the Tropicana Evansville, which moved inland after being a riverboat casino for more than 20 years.

    • Indy Company Acquires Denton Pharma

      An Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical repackaging and fulfillment company has acquired New York-based Denton Pharma Inc. Financial details were not disclosed, however Northwind Pharmaceuticals says Denton will continue its operations in the northeast.

    • City, Talent Attract Fort Wayne Metals Expansion

      A key executive at Fort Wayne Metals says the city's ongoing downtown investment and increasing ability to compete for talent makes it a great place to operate and grow. The company announced this week it is investing $50 million in its Allen County operations, creating more than 330 jobs, and Senior Director of Human Capital Evan Wood says the city is creating a culture that is critical to attracting young talent.