John Force is pleased to be growing his Brownsburg facility. He said central Indiana has everything a National Hot Rod Association
team could want. But nothing makes him happier than the new Dunkin Donuts there.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning beat the heat in Miami Monday night using a new cutting-edge air-conditioned
shoulder pad system.
Manning's endorsement of the product could send sales sky high.
No news is good news. Well, in the case of Indiana University's invitation for former basketball coach Bob Knight to return
to Bloomington it is. It means he hasn't dismissed the invitation out of hand.
Turmoil in the domestic auto industry cast uncertainty over thousands of central Indiana jobs in 2006. Ford Motor Co.'s 2,000-worker east-side Indianapolis plant will close or be sold by the end of 2008, according to a plan the automaker unveiled in September. The plant, which makes steering components, is part of Ford's Automotive Components Holdings LLC unit, which includes 23 troubled plants that used to be part of Visteon Corp., a Ford spin-off. Business at the International Truck & Engine...