Research Park Company Focusing on Pet Health

A Purdue Research Park of Indianapolis-based company is looking for partners to market and sell its anti-aging and anti-cancer pet dietary supplements. DSTest Laboratories LLC founder Daniel Silva discussed the company with Barb Lewis.

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IU Health Plans $1B Indy Consolidation

IU Health Plans $1B Indy Consolidation

Indiana University Health has announced plans to consolidate its downtown Indianapolis hospital operations in a $1 billion project. The five-to-eight year plan includes moving University Hospital's operations into expanded facilities at Methodist ...


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OneJet Adds Service to Pittsburgh

New airline OneJet is adding nonstop flights between Indianapolis and Pittsburgh. The flights from Indianapolis International Airport are set to begin next month.

Whitley County EDC Picks President

Jon Myers has been named president of the Whitley County Economic Development Corp. He will succeed Alan Tio, who left to become senior vice president of the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership.

Pence Adds Familiar Face to Staff

A former member of Governor Mike Pence's congressional staff will be joining his administration. Matt Lloyd has been named deputy chief of staff for communications and strategy. Earlier this month, the governor announced Communications Director Ch...

Thunderbird Ready to Soar

Holiday World & Splashin' Safari in Santa Claus believes the new, $22 million Thunderbird roller coaster will bring attendance "to a whole new level." The park opens Saturday for its 69th season. The steel, launched-wing coaster features 3.5-secon...


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Five Storytelling Tips to Engage Talent in the Small Business Hiring Process

Attracting talented people to work for a small business isn't always easy. And, not all top talent has what it takes to make it in a close-knit, not-afraid-to-get-your-hands-dirty, startup. When I consider why I've always worked for smaller companies, it has much to do with the opportunity to be part of an emerging I help write...and not one for which I can predict the ending. What fun would that be?

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