The 7,500-square-foot Butler Esports Park will officially open to the community on Friday. The facility includes PC and console gaming and event space, as well as co-working spaces, a studio and production room, and a cafe.
Fishers-based tech startup Spokenote LLC on Thursday announced plans to spend nearly $3 million to relocate its headquarters in Fishers.
Capacity Midwest, which provides third-party logistics services for a variety of industries, said the facility at will ultimately employ 250 workers when fully operational.
Additionally, Purdue University said most students on the West Lafayette campus will not see an increase in room and board rates for the 2023-2024 academic year.
CVS Health Corp. CEO Karen Lynch topped the list for the second consecutive year, followed by Accenture CEO Julie Sweet and Citigroup Inc. CEO Jane Fraser.
The closure of the hospital will result in the layoffs of 77 employees, and more than 50 employees will be affected by the closures of the nine practices.
The bill creates a regulatory framework for companies to store captured carbon dioxide underground in Indiana.
The New Albany company currently employs about 35 people and is hiring for software engineers, implementation managers, business development leaders, marketing experts and other positions.
The South Bend Regional Chamber says if the New Carlisle site is chosen for the project, the plant could generate an estimated $652 million in annual economic impact once fully operational.
Purdue University officials say they’re building on momentum for combining STEM and business education by renaming the current school of management, expanding its faculty and student enrollment and housing them in a new building.
Michael Huber, who will become Indiana University’s vice president for university relations, said the school’s role as an engine to improve lives and the economic vitality of Hoosiers was a big draw.
The survey, released Wednesday, measures customer satisfaction based on feedback in six areas.
Atarraya Inc. announced Wednesday that it plans to invest $4.8 million to establish its first U.S. container-based shrimp farming operation in Indianapolis and create up to 65 jobs by the end of 2025.
Jacqueline Ardrey Ardrey will succeed president and CEO Robert Wallstrom, who earlier this year announced his plans to retire after leading the company since 2013.
Mike Dale most recently served as executive director of the Hancock County Area Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals.
The coalition says the effort will leverage each state’s unique assets while boosting hydrogen production with little to no greenhouse gas emissions.
The company said it will add two press lines at its Marion Metal Center and invest in upgraded equipment to equip new and future electric vehicle models, including the Chevrolet Silverado EV, GMC Hummer EV, Hummer EV SUV, and Cadillac Lyriq.
David Veleta succeeds David Ober, who resigned as commissioner in June after being named vice president of taxation and public finance for the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
The new facility will be Diamond Pet Foods’ first in Indiana and represents one of the largest private investments in Rushville’s history, according to the Rush County Economic Development Corp.
The partners will utilize the Indiana Network for Patient Care, which was created by Regenstrief and is managed by the Indiana Health Information Exchange, to mine data from electronic health records.