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For Bob Rivers, if there is a stairway to success in this economy and to business innovation in Indiana, it’s stepping up science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills, also known as STEM.
John Vasos is living partially off the power grid, but that doesn't mean he's living in a tree house with no electricity or running water.
An obvious pattern has developed in Indiana’s health care industry: people get hired.
Joey Quinn is not only running with the big dogs but also muscling his way into the region's sports nutrition and weight loss market.
Like one of the world's richest real estate titans and reality TV impresarios, Eric Hart has something that makes him synonomous with business acumen and success: his name.
Growing up a member of the Centier Bank family, Laura Schrage Campbell has a long trail full of treasured memories but two in particular are close to her heart.
The story of Steve Kirincic's dream restaurant, Fahrenheit 212, began two decades ago.
Michael Brennan grew up in a modest home along the pristine shores of Lake Michigan nestled among towering oak and thick sassafras trees that grew along the sand dunes of Grand Beach, Mich.
Since the beginning of time turning a boy into a man has been the job of a father. So it was the responsibility of Robert Miller, third-generation owner of Fagen-Miller Funeral Home, to turn his son Gary Miller into a man.
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