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Corteva Inc., the Indianapolis-based seed and insecticide giant, is cutting 5% of its global workforce, or roughly 1,000 workers, as it reduces its portfolio of... [Read More]
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The infrastructure-improvement project is smaller than the $50 million plan that IndyGo dropped after an October board decision to alter plans for the Blue Line... [Read More]
The fast-growing, family-owned operation, based in Miami, has filed plans with the state to renovate three buildings and open them as primary care medical clinics. [Read More]
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The former chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee will testify before that same committee to ask lawmakers to allocate an additional quarter-of-a-billion dollars annually toward... [Read More]
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Shorthanded veterinary clinics are being slammed by the high number of pets acquired during the pandemic and a worsening shortage of workers, from support staff... [Read More]
Some Hoosiers can't afford access to quality health care. Others simply need to be prodded to do the right thing and make good choices. [Read More]
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The approval of such a study marks the first substantive step in the airport authority's consideration of a hotel—which would sit on the west side... [Read More]
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Former Vice President Mike Pence brought his national book tour to Indianapolis one week after the release of his autobiography, which has brought him much media... [Read More]
The selection marks the tenth time Indianapolis has won a bid to host the college basketball championship event, one that has become an integral part... [Read More]
The Indianapolis-based apartment developer plans to vacate its current headquarters in the Fletcher Place neighborhood for a newly designed space that can house twice as... [Read More]
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