Inside INdiana Business

2013-09-15T00:00:00Z Inside INdiana BusinessGerry Dick Times Columnist
September 15, 2013 12:00 am  • 

IT company expanding to Indy

Pennsylvania-based Diversified Information Technologies Inc. has announced plans to build a facility in Indianapolis. The document management company says the location will serve clients in Indiana, Ohio and Illinois.


Entrepreneurship summit set for Fort Wayne

A Northeast Indiana event focusing on launching a business is set for next week. The Fort Wayne Entrepreneurial Summit will feature workshops and a keynote address by Georgia-based H.J. Russell and Co. Chief Executive Officer Michael Russell.


Final bridge section set for demolition

The final section of the Milton-Madison Bridge is set to come down Tuesday. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says pieces of the bridge will be dismantled and sold for scrap.


CountryMark donation boosts Purdue lab

Indianapolis-based CountryMark has donated $25,000 to Purdue University's School of Chemical Engineering. The funding supported the construction of an upgraded laboratory, which officially opened Friday.


Central Indiana BBB hires new CEO

The Better Business Bureau of Central Indiana has a new chief executive officer. Tim Maniscalo has been serving as manager of state affairs for Responsible Industry for Sound Environment. He also spent more than 30 years at Dow AgroSciences.


WGU, Parkview ink deal

WGU Indiana has entered into a corporate partnership with Parkview Health in Fort Wayne. The state's online university says the agreement involves a tuition discount for employees of the health provider.


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