Infosys leaders said Indiana officials took advantage of their earlier relationship to land one of the four U.S. hubs and as many as 2,000 jobs. Indianapolis and Carmel are in the running for the hub’s short-term home.
The bill is part of a larger discussion lawmakers are having about the $1 billion in state and federal funding that nine Indiana agencies spend on some 30 workforce development programs.
Gov.-elect Eric Holcomb and Lt. Gov.-elect Suzanne Crouch paid for their tickets out of an “abundance of caution” for state ethics rules, a spokesman said. But there are no state rules to prohibit the people who are helping Holcomb shape his administration from taking freebies.
The Star is seeking to eliminate the paper’s copy desk and move those duties to Louisville. But the newsroom’s union plans to fight to keep the jobs in Indianapolis.
The biggest business deals often come together over a great dinner. But with all the amazing options—new and old—in Indianapolis, choosing just the right spot might seem daunting. Do you go for the best food? For the trendy new place? Or how about simply a spot where you can hear a conversation?
The new law lifts the ban on carryout sales for artisan distilleries, putting the businesses on par with wineries and craft breweries, which already sell alcohol on Sundays.
Kevin Kellems, who served as communications director for former Vice President Dick Cheney and advised Sen. Dan Coats and former Sen. Dick Lugar, joined the campaign earlier this month, a source close to the move told IBJ.
The Trusted Leadership PAC said it will spend $1.6 million and Club for Growth Action said it will spend $1.5 million on ad buys.
Presidential candidates often rely on seasoned political locals–the folks who know a state inside and out–to help make inroads with local voters.
No more home-white uniforms, changes in the playoff format and a farewell tour for the great Tamika Catchings are all on tap for this season.
The senators have officially asked the Government Printing Office to refer to Indiana natives as Hoosiers. In a letter, they said, “We find it a little jarring” to be referred to as Indianans, which the agency’s style manual requires.
IEDC’s decision to leave all three winning regions in limbo about funding meant many more cheerleaders when the issue went to the General Assembly.
Voters and politicos around the state have long called for Indiana to move up its presidential primary. But doing so requires solving logistical issues that have not been tackled.