Billboard companies spiked the cancer ad. But Citizens Gas or WellPoint might have gotten a different result.
Mark Long was president of the Indiana University Research & Technology Corp., which was responsible for the university’s tech transfer, before launching a consulting firm, Long Performance Advisors, in 2008.
Businesses have always held the upper hand in negotiating for incentives with local government, but the past couple of years have given rise to the most intensely competitive economic development environment since the early 1980s.
A company that’s taking over library systems draws fire from patrons and employees, but claims to cut costs.
Marion's Wayne Seybold and Greenfield's Brad DeReamer say too many people would rather collect unemployment than look for work.
Grant will give Indiana University undergrads a shot at managing real money.
What does Indiana have to show for the deluge of resources made available to would-be entrepreneurs in recent years—venture capital, angel investors, incubators and the like? Judging by the number of people taking the plunge into business ownership, not as much as might be expected.
Cultivian Ventures began investing in a no-man's land just as the financial crisis ramped up, and now it's already considering a second fund.
All nine Republicans—count 'em—have signed a pledge. What is that telling us?