Even as unemployment rates continue falling, the latest federal jobs report shows the pandemic still is impacting the country’s economy.
Rising costs likely are the driving force behind a steep drop in Indiana’s agriculture industry’s outlook on the sector.
The return of college and professional football reflected in record-setting sports wagering in Indiana in September.
Ivy Tech Community College has launched a statewide campaign with a goal of raising $285 million.
Research firm Emsi found Ivy Tech’s annual economic impact on Indiana totaled $3.9 billion.
Indiana’s jobless rate appears to be in a holding pattern.
Competition will be fierce for seasonal workers with the holiday season nearing, an employment outlook report suggests.
Advanced manufacturing and transportation and related industries are showing no signs of slowing in North Central Indiana.
Elkhart-based RV manufacturer Thor Industries has purchased Wichita, Kansas-based AirX Intermediate Inc. for an estimated $750 million.
State officials report more Hoosiers are returning to work ahead of the scheduled Sept. 6 expiration of federal pandemic unemployment benefits.