Warsaw Community Development Corp. Rebrands

The Warsaw Community Development Corp. has rebranded and is now operating under a new name, Main Street Warsaw. The organization says the rebranding strategy reflects the evolution of the organization and as well as its vision for the future.... Read More

SuperATV Buys Assault Industries in California

Madison-based SuperATV has acquired off-road manufacturer Assault Industries in California. SuperATV, which makes aftermarket powersports parts and accessories, says Assault Industries will help it expand its dealer and consumer reach on the West Coast.... Read More

Dr. K Wins Entrepreneurial Advocacy Award

An Indiana University Kelley School of Business professor has received the highest honor presented by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Donald Kuratko, who is also executive director of the Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, was awarded the Max S. Wortman/USASBE Lifetime Achievement Award for Entrepreneurship.... Read More

Purdue Memorial Union Reopens with New Marketplace

Purdue University has reopened the ground floor of the Purdue Memorial Union, now known as the Atlas Family Marketplace, for the start of the spring semester. The marketplace underwent a $47 million renovation that overhauled the 67,000-square-foot space with 12 dining venues.... Read More

Hickory Recovery Planning Albion Hiring Event

Hickory Recovery Network is planning to host a hiring event on Monday to fill dozens of new jobs in Albion and Noble County. Hickory, which is set to open its sixth in-patient addiction treatment center in Indiana, says the job fair will be held at Augusta Hills Learning, Recreation and Community Center from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.... Read More

Governors Workforce Cabinet Director Steps Down

The executive director of the Governor’s Workforce Cabinet, Patrick (PJ) McGrew, has stepped down from his role. Governor Eric Holcomb, who made the announcement Friday, says McGrew is taking a position with Indianapolis-based nonprofit INvestEd.... Read More

MetroNet Installing Fiber Optic Network in Marion County

Evansville-based MetroNet has begun construction on a 100% fiber optic network in the city of Lawrence that will make it a Certified Gigabit City. MetroNet is fully funding the multi-million-dollar project it says will bring Lawrence to the frontline of modern technology.... Read More

Supreme Court Ruling Leads to Law Firm Rebrand

Fishers-based Hunter Estate & Elder Law has taken advantage of a recent ruling by the Indiana Supreme Court that no longer requires law firms to contain the names of its partners or founders. Attorney and partner Justin Schuhmacher says the firm has changed its name to Indiana Estate & Elder Law in an effort to make it more searchable and accessible.... Read More

SIMBA Chain Hires COO

South Bend-based SIMBA Chain has hired Joe Matz as its chief operating officer. The company says Matz, a 25-year veteran in licensing and finance for Microsoft, had consulted with the blockchain company for the last two years before accepting a full-time leadership role.... Read More