Indiana Economic Development Corp
Economic developments in Northwest Indiana are paying off. The economy is, well, developing.
Economic development has been taking off in Northwest Indiana over the last two years, after a string of growing companies announced plans to invest millions of dollars and add dozens of jobs.
MUNSTER| A growing air conditioning component manufacturer needed room to expand and decided to uproot and move across the state border.
An auto parts maker wants to invest $25 million in a new plant in either Indiana or Ohio, and will pump $2 million into new technology at its existing factory in Valparaiso if it picks the Hoosier state.
Indiana's campaign to intercept businesses that are fed up with Illinois's high taxes and massive pension woes has found its way into Soldier Field.
Indiana's automotive industry has raced ahead to second place nationally and is not letting off the gas.
HAMMOND | Almost two years after the removal of a major obstacle to development at the Cabela's site, the area around the store appears ready to land its first tenant.
Indiana has a new sales pitch for companies that are considering locations here: come to a state that works.
Kevin Kieft hopes to spread his success with job creation in Michigan City to throughout Northwest Indiana.
The creation of the Lake County IN Economic Alliance is a good step toward strengthening economic development in the county.
The Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority on Tuesday approved appropriating up to $4.45 million from its deal-closing fund as an enticement to lure three companies to Indiana.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is right to veto the legislation that would bring a massive expansion of gambling in Illinois.
RENSSELAER | A spokesman for ConAgra Foods Inc. said Monday it laid off 35 of its 220 employees at its popcorn production plant here.
A wholesale marketer and distributor of inorganic chemicals is building a new facility in Rensselaer and plans to create up to 15 jobs in the city by 2015, the Indiana Economic Development Corp. said Wednesday.
A survey of 650 company leaders rated Indiana as the best place to do business in the Midwest and the fifth-best nationwide, according to Chief Executive magazine.
Commercial furniture maker Selected Furniture LLC plans to locate distribution and manufacturing operations in Knox, local and state officials said late Tuesday.
A Missouri-based manufacturing company is closing an operation in Kentucky and is spreading the work to its other facilities, including one in Kouts, the Indiana Economic Development Corp. said Monday.
The tri-state Chicago area is in jeopardy of falling behind other global economic powerhouses despite its large size and national importance, according to results released Friday from a study led by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
The tri-state Chicago area is in jeopardy of falling behind other global economic powerhouses despite its large size and national importance, according to a new study led by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Leaders from the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 said Monday responses to an open records request to Indiana leaders seeking right to work information has produced little proof the legislation will spur job creation efforts.
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