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Steichen’s new direction puts Colts on cusp of playoffs in his first season as coach
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Visit Indy executive Chris Gahl said the Newfields board of trustees has a poor track record of communicating with the board of governors.
Boylen had 52 different players and seven different assistant coaches over the span of the World Cup qualifying tournament. Those groups did their job; they got the U.S. into the World Cup.
From his first legislative session in 1981 to his last in 2023, Kevin Brinegar has personally witnessed some of state’s most pivotal, historic moments—either crunching numbers for Senate Republicans or leading the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
Thinking big and inspiring others to do so as well has been Mitch Daniels’ hallmark through five decades in business, public service and higher education.
When Knight constructed the last American amateur Olympic team to win gold, he relied on the same philosophy that led the Indiana University Hoosiers to his first two national championships.
Those who played for, worked with or competed against Bob Knight expressed their thoughts after the death of the legendary coach.
Carlisle returned to the Pacers as head coach in 2021 after previously spending four seasons leading Indiana from 2003-07.
The trip comes as Indiana plans to roll out a new program allowing eligible high school students to receive up to $5,000 in state funding for “career scholarship accounts” that can be used to “shop” for work-based learning experiences.
Ball State University alum Oseye Boyd will exit her role at The Indianapolis Star to lead the not-for-profit media startup’s newsroom.
Semler, who spent almost a quarter-century in executive leadership at American United Life Insurance Co. and served as a board director for a multitude of central Indiana civic, business, charitable and arts organizations, died Monday.
Salesforce founder and CEO Marc Benioff, 58, isn’t ready to leave Salesforce yet, even though he has amassed an $8 billion fortune and just went through a challenging stretch that might have caused many CEOs to head for the exit.
Jim Bullard has spent the last 15 years as president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, making him the longest-serving sitting president of a Federal Reserve bank.
Overall, NCAA revenue increased 10% in the 2021-22 fiscal year, while its expenses rose 16%.
In her role as community journalism director, Ariana Beedie plans to launch a local affiliate of the Documenters Network, which trains and pays residents to attend public meetings and publish the results.
Sasso, 75, was born and raised in Panama and became senior rabbi of Beth-El Zedeck in 1977.
James Danko has led a significant transformation of the Butler campus, including nearly $500 million in capital improvement projects to upgrade academic, research, residential, performance and athletic spaces.
The league has reached milestone points in diverse hirings in the front office, but critics point to the sidelines where there are only three Black head coaches in a sport that had 56.4% Black players in 2022.
The Liberty Fund said the former governor’s work will focus on the creation of educational programming and partnerships that will strengthen the not-for-profit’s existing education programs.