The question that dragged down ITT Educational Services—whether its expensive diplomas were leaving students awash in debt while failing to properly prepare them for gainful employment—will continue to hang over other players in the for-profit education industry.
The surprising growth corresponds with the recent expansion of the Indiana Convention Center, and an explosion in the popularity of The Food Network and chef-centric programming. But don't expect to make a mint.
The city’s information technology sector may be a step closer to easing a worker shortfall created by the rise of cloud computing. Harrison College responds with more courses geared toward IT workforce.