A prominent Indiana company is changing with the times. Terre Haute-based Clabber Girl Corp. is now selling to other food manufacturers and animal feed companies. Chief Operating Officer Gary Morris says baking at home has been declining for the last few decades, eating into the company's baking powder business. Clabber Girl has come up with a coating technology that helps in the cooking process and has business opportunities in the animal feed industry. We will feature the company's emerging technology this weekend on Inside INdiana Business Television.
Henry Makes Collective Bargaining Veto Official
Fort Wayne's mayor has vetoed an ordinance that would end collective bargaining rights for non-public safety union workers. Tom Henry says the measure creates an "unnecessary challenge" for the community. Fort Wayne's City Council could override the veto with a two-thirds vote.
Planners to Discuss Airport Development Vision
Officials with the City of Gary, Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority and Virginia-based Aviation Facilities Co. Inc. will meet this afternoon with local leaders to develop a vision for public-private development of the airport. Topics of discussion will include work force and site development, sustainability and transportation.
Chemical Company Chooses Industrial Park
An 800-acre industrial park in Northwest Indiana has landed its first tenant. Helena Chemical Co. has purchased land in the Inland Logistics Port at Kingsbury Industrial Park.
SIA to Toast Anniversary of Legacy
Lafayette-based Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc. on Monday will mark a significant milestone. The company will celebrate its 25th year of production as well as the anniversary of the Subaru Legacy.
Dems to Pick Rep. Battles Successor
A new state representative is set to be selected Saturday in Sullivan. The Evansville Courier & Press reports Democrat precinct committee members are expected to choose Bionca Gambill to finish out the term of Kreg Battles.
Purdue, IU Partner on Entrepreneurship Academy
Purdue University, Indiana University and the Duke Energy Foundation are partnering on an entrepreneurship event for high school students. As part of next week's New Albany Entrepreneurship Academy, students will compete for tuition vouchers by developing and presenting startup business plans.
Hundreds Expected For Realtor Event
Organizers expect more than 300 professionals to take part in next week's Indiana Commercial Real Estate Conference in Indianapolis. The Indiana Commercial Board of Realtors says the event will include the presentation of its 2014 Realtor of the Year Award.
Women's Conference Coming to Indy
The National Association of Commissions for Women will hold its 2015 Annual Conference and Business Meeting in Indianapolis. The Indiana Commission for Women says the national organization has not held the event in the Midwest since 2007.
Hospital, School Corporation Sign Deal
Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp. has reached an agreement with Columbus Regional Health. The system will provide medical services for the school corporation's health clinic, which serves 2,500 patients.
School Names Global Gateway Leader
The University of Notre Dame has named Ted Cachey academic director of its Global Gateway in Rome. He is the university's director of Italian studies.
Acting Surgeon General Coming to Indy
The acting U.S. Surgeon General is set Tuesday to visit the American College of Sports Medicine in Indianapolis. Rear Admiral Boris Lushniak will meet with city, medical and business leaders about physical activity and walkability initiatives.
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