INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Auto supplier to open in Gibson County

2013-04-24T12:51:00Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Auto supplier to open in Gibson County nwitimes.com

Motorhead USA has announced plans to open a distribution center near Princeton. The auto parts supplier will hire a small number of employees as part of its expansion into Gibson County.

 

WorkOne Job Fair to Feature Dozens of Companies

WorkOne will host a job fair in New Albany next week. The organization says approximately 50 companies with hundreds of jobs will participate.

 

USA Funds Names New CEO

Indianapolis-based USA Funds has appointed a former deputy U.S. secretary of education as its new president and chief executive officer. Bill Hansen will take over for Carl Dalstrom, who is retiring after leading the nonprofit organization for nearly 13 years.

 

Former Major Leaguer Boosts IU Effort

A seven-time Major League Baseball All-Star has made a donation to Indiana University's new baseball stadium. Scott Rolen, a Jasper native and Bloomington resident, will be honored for his contribution Friday at the dedication ceremony for Bart Kaufman Field.

 

Indiana Companies Make Diversity List

Multiple Indiana companies are featured on DiversityInc's 2013 "Top 50 Companies for Diversity" list. The rankings are based on factors including management commitment, human capital and supplier diversity.

 

Harrison College Closing Campus

Harrison College is planning to close the Muncie campus. Our partners at The Herald Bulletin say the branch will merge with its Anderson location after classes wrap up in June.

 

Company Details Anderson YMCA Project

Cincinnati-based Episcopal Retirement Homes is expected to start construction in January on a senior home project in the historic YMCA building in Anderson. Plans call for 30 apartments for low income seniors on three floors of the 1915 structure.

 

Ag Expert: Future 'Bright' For Livestock Producers

A Purdue University agricultural economist expects a boost in the livestock industry in the coming years. Farzad Taheripour says more efficient land use and increased demand for pork and chicken in developing countries will lead to the growth.

 

Web Services Company Joins Research Park

A company that offers web and social marketing tools has opened an office in the Purdue Research Park. Thirty Five Inc. focuses on sales, marketing and membership-based organizations.

 

Allison to Host Bus Competition

Indianapolis-based Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. will be the site of a public transit competition. This year's International Bus Roadeo, in conjunction with IndyGo, will take place next month just ahead of the American Public Transportation Association's conference in Indianapolis.

 

Junior League Issues Academic Grants

The Junior League of Indianapolis has awarded $100,000 in grants to more than a dozen charitable organizations. The funding will benefit academic support programs throughout central Indiana.

 

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