INDIANAPOLIS | The state's economic development agency put a big exclamation point on its job creation record under Gov. Mitch Daniels by attracting more businesses to Indiana in 2012 than in any prior year.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's economic development agency has signed more deals this year with companies looking to relocate or expand in Indiana than in any of its eight prior years of existence.
HOBART | ITR America LLC, a heavy machinery equipment parts distributor, is planning a $6.2 million expansion of its Hobart headquarters, the company announced early Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS | The first-ever national conference for new business startups and entrepreneurs – set for Oct. 17-19 in Indianapolis – got the state's seal of approval Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS | The decision by Republican state lawmakers to enact a right-to-work law earlier this year has improved perceptions of Indiana's business climate.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's commerce agency is on pace to top the 19,080 projected new jobs it helped attract in 2011.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Economic Development Corp., the state's commerce agency, has launched a new marketing campaign it hopes will draw attention to the many reasons why Indiana is a great place to do business.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's economic development agency this year attracted 219 companies promising 19,080 new jobs and $2.7 billion in capital investment.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels' endorsement of a right-to-work law seems all but certain after the board of the Indiana Economic Development Corp. voted unanimously Thursday to support the labor policy.
INDIANAPOLIS | Dan Hasler, the new executive director of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, bleeds to bring new businesses and jobs to Northwest Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS | With Indiana now widely acknowledged by corporate executives and site selectors as among the best places to do business, the state's new salesman-in-chief says his goal is to use that reputation to bring more companies and jobs to the Hoosier State.
With Indiana now widely acknowledged by corporate executives and site selectors as among the best places to do business, the state's new salesman-in-chief says his goal is to use that reputation to bring more companies and jobs to the State.
INDIANAPOLIS | A second business site-selection publication has declared Indiana's business climate among the best in the nation.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels said Friday it is a "complete falsehood" that Indiana has offered $150 million in annual tax savings to bring the owner of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange over the state line.
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