In the early months of 2020, Indiana appeared to be on a roll as far as the state’s economy was concerned.
IndianaComputes!, a coalition of Hoosier colleges which provides training, recently was awarded a state contract of more than $600,000 to provide computer science training to K-12 teachers.
A Rensselaer-based maker of filtration equipment and accessories is diversifying and launching a new business unit to produce personal protective equipment.
The School of Business and Economics at Indiana University Northwest has retained its international accreditation, which keeps it among a small group of universities around the world following a strategy of continuous improvement for its business degree programs.
With the world slowly getting back to business, residents and leaders continue efforts to provide support and resources for those on the front lines of the pandemic and to aid people learning to live in an environment of new restrictions.
The South Bend Clinic and Allied Physicians of Michiana are combining operations.
The Four Winds Casino in South Bend along with its three affiliated sites in Michigan could resume operations by June 15.
The state has launched several initiatives meant to help Hoosier businesses as they recover and reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The West Lake Corridor Rail Project appears to be on the fast track. The U.S. Department of Transportation on May 29 announced the project, which involves construction of a new eight-mile rail line extending from Hammond on the north to Dyer in the south, with four new stations, will receive $100 million in federal dollars […]
With public restrictions easing amid the global pandemic, many businesses and organizations as well as Indiana’s college have either reopened or are making plans to resume operations.