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Holcomb promotes workforce training resources

By WHITNEY DOWNARD Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced a statewide campaign to promote the state’s workforce training resources, all compiled under the “One Stop...

“What Really Happened on Indiana Avenue? A Story Untold” panel discussion

In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Indianapolis’s Indiana Avenue was a thriving district of Black-owned restaurants, churches, businesses, and jazz clubs that...

“We Have to Stand Up”: 1,500 UAW Members at Allison Transmission in Indianapolis Prepare for First Big U.S. Strike of 2024

UPDATE 1/18/2024: After members of United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 933 threatened to walk off the job at Allison Transmission in Indianapolis (ATI), the corporate...

Business leaders split on recession forecasts as economic outlooks moderate, finds JPMorgan Chase survey

Performance expectations remain high despite labor and inflation challenges New insight from Innovation Economy leaders finds increased optimism, but concerns around raising capital remain New York...

IEDC to focus on innovation and entrepreneurship with changes

By NIKI KELLY Indiana’s economic development officials on Dec. 19, 2023, announced key updates to the state’s focus on innovation and entrepreneurship, outlining funding increases...

New York Times sues ChatGPT creators and Microsoft for copyright infringement

In an unprecedented move, The New York Times is suing ChatGPT creators OpenAI and Microsoft for copyright infringement. The publication submitted a petition to...

Circle Centre Mall sold for $600 million

More renovations are coming to downtown Indianapolis as the iconic Circle Centre Mall has embarked on a new chapter, denoted by a monumental $600...

President Biden celebrates Black small business boom, announces new investments

By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent In a press call, top White House officials attributed the surge in Black entrepreneurship, the fastest in...

Pray profit and prosper

Dr. Lonna Hardin is a serial entrepreneur and owns her own education and business consultant company.

Wabash College helping Crawfordsville community nonprofits

Wabash College plans to provide support to Montgomery County’s nonprofit agencies thanks to a $25 million grant from Indiana’s Lilly Endowment.

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