The Pence administration expects the program—which uses federal Medicaid money to pay for a state-designed health insurance system—to eventually serve 520,000 participants.
The updates will include a wide-scale modernization of Rolls’ Tibbs Avenue jet-engine plant.
Dow and DuPont—both major players in the agricultural chemical industry—plan to integrate those units and spin them off as an independent, publicly traded company by 2018.
A deal that would have paid Paris-based WMB Heartland Justice Partners $1.6 billion over 35 years to build and operate a new courthouse and jail fell apart in the final months of Mayor Greg Ballard's administration.
Cincinnati-based Kroger announced it will spend $464 million to beef up its operations in Central Indiana, as competition in the region heats up from Fresh Market, Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, Trader Joe’s and Earth Fare, as well as the addition of several Wal-Mart Neighborhood Markets.
Through the end of the third quarter, Indiana firms landed $49 million in venture capital, just a hair under the figure for all of 2014.
The company’s local headcount is expected to grow from 1,400 to more than 2,000 in the next few years.
The Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice could move to block the merger or require Anthem and Cigna to sell off significant chunks of their businesses.
Redevelopment of the former General Motors Stamping Plant site west of downtown began taking shape in 2014, culminating in December with the city’s selection of a Paris company to build a criminal justice center on the property.
During the second half of 2014, developers announced that four new hotels would open over the next two to three years—a time the city’s convention schedule is looking light.
Pedcor Cos. pulled the trigger on the final phase of construction at the ambitious Carmel City Center redevelopment after city leaders OK’d public funding for a parking garage and other infrastructure.