Teresa Lubbers, IBJ’s 2020 Michael A. Carroll Award winner, has led the Indiana Commission for Higher Education since 2009.
The massive Italian Renaissance edifice, with its 136-foot bell tower, in August landed for the second year in a row on Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most Endangered list.
The worst part for the hundreds of Hoosier small-business owners whose livelihood is linked to universities is the uncertainty.
After spending months in virtual lockdown, some homeowners have learned their residences just don’t serve their needs. Or more accurately, the needs of a family in quarantine.
After decades of skepticism, pretty much every Indiana political entity, from small towns to the Governor’s Office, strives to persuade overseas businesses to launch operations in the state,
The 4-year-old company uses proprietary software and legions of small farmers and gig drivers to create an Amazon-like system that delivers fresh produce, meats, dairy products and other local food.
Unlike so many other human endeavors, the transformation of the Community Hospital East campus hasn’t been stymied by COVID-19. At least not so far.
The company, whose largest business is medical devices, generated $2.4 billion in revenue last year and employs 13,531 people worldwide, including 7,699 in Indiana.
ActUp Consulting founder’s classes focus on principles of improvisational theater—celebrating failure, adapting to the moment, and making your fellow performers look good.
Philip and Martin Low’s latest venture, Eradivir, was incorporated in February to develop a treatment that would fight the influenza virus, but COVID-19 prompted a tweak to the business plan.
The Indiana Donor Network Organ and Tissue Recovery Center has re-tasked two operating rooms and an intensive care unit to recover major organs, such as the kidneys, heart and lungs.
The emerging health care field seeks to develop methods for replacing or reinvigorating damaged human organs, cells and tissues.
The pandemic has forced lots of business owners to renegotiate leases, contracts. Here’s how to do it.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to approach negotiations, whether for a vendor contract, a lease or with a customer. The first step is determining where you stand.
The problem is that our current systems—the ones that do everything from keeping grocery stores stocked to hospitals functioning—are optimized to work very, very efficiently under normal conditions. But not necessarily when things go sideways.
The rush to set up home offices has been traumatic for some. However, experts maintain that, with the right furnishings, equipment and software, it can be pulled off with minimal—or at least only a modicum—of frustration.
Donald and Leslie Bolinger’s vaguely Old World-looking Carmel home seems like it belongs in one of Indianapolis’ historic neighborhoods.
Over the last decade, streaming sites and compressed file-sharing technologies such as MP3 have chased most “physical” media from the forefront of the audio and video recording industries. But Chip Viering sees that as an opportunity.
Ask Miles about his wide-ranging resume, and he compares it to Forrest Gump’s.