It’s especially fun to buy products when I know that I’m supporting an Indiana company and Hoosier workers.
Under a proposal announced Tuesday, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary will re-file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and seek court approval for a plan that would result in one of the largest product-liability settlements in U.S. history.
Design thinking has been around since at least the 1960s, and initially, its focus was in areas such as architecture, graphic design and industrial design, to produce physical products. But today, design thinking is used nearly everywhere. You can try it, too.
Examine the goal of each step in the design thinking process, plus one way to execute that step.
The justices rejected an appeal from Remington Arms that argued it should be shielded by a 2005 federal law preventing most lawsuits against firearms manufacturers when their products are used in crimes.
The newly merged company has big plans for broad rollout of the natural stone, which is considered superior to other types of limestone quarried throughout the world.
Three former Indiana University roommates are trying to prove a business with socially responsible, equitable business practices can be successful in a dog-eat-dog world.
The round of financing was led by Indianapolis-based HG Ventures, which is the corporate venture arm of a major shareholder in Biosynthetic Technologies.
More than 200 current and former members of the military from multiple states have filed federal and state suits against the parent of Indianapolis-based Aearo Technologies LLC in recent weeks.
The handmade products of Indianapolis-based Ambre Blends are racking up big sales gains nationwide among high-end clientele.
Tariffs are weighing heavily on the tossup U.S. Senate contest between Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly and Republican Mike Braun.
Companies that brew tea drinks, pop-up campers and jewelry in central Indiana are among 22 manufactures that announced plans Friday to locate or expand their operations in the state.
The prosperous family-run company is hoping for ieven greater success with its newer, direct-to-consumer line, including its latest product: custom-made mattresses.
As the United States and China face off over tariffs and trade policy, some of Indiana’s most important industries are right at the center of the dispute.
The company that makes the water-soluble film used to create products such as Tide Pods and Cascade ActionPacs plans to break ground on the 150,000-square-foot manufacturing plant this summer.
With the addition of NetShape Technologies, Westfield’s Metal Powder Products has 1,200 employees in the U.S. and China and annual sales of $200 million.
Sutton-Garten Co. has found a way to change with the times while staying true to its roots.
In its quest to send people to Mars, NASA’s road to the Red Planet passes straight through central Indiana.
Developing and selling cutting-edge products is tough. Doing so for the marijuana industry, which is illegal at the federal level, is even tougher.