State officials have ended a contract with a New York PR firm it hired to assess the damage to Indiana's reputation after the national furor over its religious freedom law. After three months, the firm will be paid $365,000.
Eleven Fifty, the Carmel-based coding academy and consulting firm, has committed to hiring 92 people in exchange for a state incentive package worth more than $1.3 million, Indiana economic development officials announced Tuesday.
Franklin Well Services executives said the company will have about 90 people working at its new headquarters in Vincennes. It is already moving employees and equipment from its current office in Lawrenceville, Illinois.