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Airports find savings with Indy de-icing firm

February 1, 2014
E Solutions Inc. makes systems that allow de-icing crews to adjust their mix of water and the chemical glycol, which costs $9 to $14 per gallon.

IBJ rolls out politics website

November 6, 2013
The central Indiana business news authority has elevated the idea behind its popular Forefront section and created a website similarly focused on commentary about politics, policy and government.

TrendyMinds building a video production facility

August 31, 2013
The facility will include a 16-foot cyclorama—a curved wall that presents the illusion of an endless landscape.

Popeyes plans new restaurants in Indianapolis area

April 4, 2012
Atlanta-based restaurant chain discloses most of the seven to nine new restaurants planned this year will be in the Indianapolis area.

Upgrade money for former coke plant goes to community projects

December 30, 2009
Citizens Energy Group is redirecting to community groups more than $413,000 that it was to spend on environmental upgrade projects at its former coke oven facility in Indianapolis, which closed in 2007.

ROSE awards ceremonies honor hospitality workers: Eleven employees commended for top-level service

April 2, 2007
After the passing of the restaurant's general manager, "Mama" stepped into the grief-filled void, providing leadership while consoling the staff. During a charity silent auction, Camerone auctioned off herself as an inhome chef for an evening. She ended up generating the most proceeds, enough to make a dream come true for a child during the Make-a-Wish Telethon. Pamela Evans, customer service agent, American Airlines Evans is a customer service agent for American Airlines and her territory often can be among...

Museum deemed Monumental: Expansion project earns two design firms top award

November 7, 2005
Indianapolis-based firms Fink Roberts & Petrie Inc. and Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects won the Monumental Award for their work on the Indianapolis Museum of Art expansion project. The 28th annual A Monumental Affair was set to take place Nov. 3 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. The awards recognize excellence among those who have contributed to the enhancement and beautification of Marion County through the built and natural environment. Local non-profit organization Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Inc. leads the Monumental Affair...

Indiana's annual exports hit another record high: State sent $19.1 billion in goods to other countries

April 18, 2005
Boosted by a strong fourth quarter, Indiana export sales jumped significantly in 2004, hitting a record high of $19.1 billion, the Indiana Economic Development Corp. reported. Indiana's 2004 export total was 16.5-percent higher than 2003's figure of $16.4 billion, exceeding the national pace of export growth of 13 percent. Indiana exported $4.9 billion worth of goods in last year's fourth quarter, 22.7 percent more than in the third quarter of 2004 and 16 percent more than the fourth quarter of...

ROSE Awards ceremonies honor hospitality workers: A dozen employees commended for top-level service

April 4, 2005
Vickie English, night auditor, Courtyard by Marriott at the Capitol In her eighth year as night auditor at the Courtyard at the Capitol, English was honored for providing outstanding service, including driving to the airport to deliver an airline ticket a guest left at the hotel. Robert Diaz, chauffeur, Carey Indiana A 17-year employee with Carey Indiana, Diaz was praised for going out of his way to be helpful. When one one client requested food from a popular restaurant in...
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