Indiana Economic Development Corporation
INDIANAPOLIS | Lawmakers have replaced a Senate-approved plan giving $100 million in state funds to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a $200 million loan program fueled by slot-machine revenue from central Indiana's casinos.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's economic development agency would have to meet new transparency standards under legislation approved 98-0 by the Indiana House Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence has a simple explanation for why he's not hanging around the Statehouse while the Indiana General Assembly is in session – it's jobs.
GARY | Last week, Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson hosted Indiana Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann and Indiana Economic Development Corporation Chairperson Eric Doden in the City of Gary for a tour. Tour stops included the Gary Area Career Center, New Tech High School, University Park and Marquette Park.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's new economic development officials believe Northwest Indiana is perfectly situated to attract jobs and investment, so long as region leaders work together to tell its story.
An Illinois-based company is moving forward with plans to expand its Michigan City food manufacturing facility and create up to 51 new jobs in LaPorte County by 2016.
LAPORTE | American Licorice Co. is planning a $10 million investment in its LaPorte manufacturing plant that will create 35 new jobs by 2015, the company announced late Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Proclaiming that two is better than one, Gov.-elect Mike Pence revealed Thursday he's separating the leadership of the Department of Commerce and the Indiana Economic Development Corp. and will deploy both agencies in an effort to lure more jobs to the state.
VALPARAISO | After a little more than a year, the former North Coast Distributing facilities have had some nibbles, but the city is still waiting for a big fish to take the bait.
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.
Suppose a bare majority of the eateries in your town forces all the others into a dues-imposing “restaurant association” that fixes prices, hours and terms of service for all of them.
Whether you love Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels or hate him, it's hard to make a case for him being unaware of Northwest Indiana issues.
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 | Republican Mike Pence set a goal Friday to award up to 3 percent of all state contracts to veteran-owned businesses if he's elected governor.
INDIANAPOLIS | Roche Diagnostics, a leading company in Indiana's $44 billion life sciences sector, will spend $300 million over the next decade to refurbish its Indianapolis headquarters and hire up to 100 new employees.
Per-capita income is a key indicator of economic well-being. Currently, Indiana's per-capita picture is not pretty.
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