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Jul 31, 2018

The latest weapons in the battle against the opioid epidemic; perspective on Eli Lilly’s spinoff of Elanco; Indy-based OurHealth grows out of state; encouraging numbers from a Hoosier higher education report; Culture Matters spotlights the local United Way; a preview of the Indy Women in Tech Championship; and, a look...


Jul 24, 2018

Venture studio High Alpha lands a $100 million boost; the Infosys Foundation looks to “close the digital divide” with teachers; a makerspace is coming to an apartment complex; an uncommon treatment for a common cancer; The INnovators spotlights a STEM educator; a startup looks to reverse a growing trend in golf; and,...


Jul 17, 2018

What effects could tariffs and other Trump trade policies have on Indiana? An Indianapolis tech company has a new leader; Purdue breaks giving and research records; a growing senior population brings growth to a company in Indiana; Grace College is making big investments in science; Brown County breaks ground on a new...


Jul 10, 2018

The Indiana National Guard touts its economic impact; the city of Indianapolis launches a strategic plan for one of its most important assets; DePauw University’s president talks going green and more; a first-of-its-kind yoga studio opens in Fishers; Trendiana focuses on agritourism; a change at the top for a...


Jul 3, 2018

Work begins on a $300 million culinary, arts and entertainment hub; Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse cuts the ribbon on its new Fort Wayne location; the National FFA Conference will have a new feature; a major grant aims for a healthier Indiana; Ivy Tech and Salesforce want more women in tech; Westfield continues to bank big on...