Indiana’s manufacturing and logistics sectors continue to flourish despite job losses the past 18 months, a new Ball State University report said.
Orders across the country for people to stay home in late March and April to slow the spread of the coronavirus led to economic disruptions and ultimately job losses.
A new report from Ball State University suggests the COVID-19 pandemic may lead to cumulative lost local government tax revenues ranging between $218 million and $315 million.
Two teams from Hobart High School finished first and second in the annual statewide Innovate WithIN competition for young entrepreneurs.
Economic experts suggest Indiana’s once-low unemployment rate is expected to jump significantly as a result of measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Hoosier students interested in starting their own businesses or have an idea for a great product may want to take part in the 2020 Innovate WithIN pitch competition.
Ongoing trade wars are expected to slow the nation’s economy in 2020, according to Ball State University economist Michael Hicks.
Many Hoosiers believe jobs are plentiful but those without a college degree are find it difficult to land a job, according to the 2019 Hoosier Survey from Old National Bank and Ball State University.
James Acton recently was named the next president of the Ball State University Alumni Association.
A Ball State University report suggests the combined effects of the 2018 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, current monetary policy, and a widening trade war will reduce the pace of Indiana’s economic growth in 2019. During his address at the annual Indiana Economic Outlook Luncheon in Muncie’s Horizon Convention Center Dec. 12, Ball State economist […]