Eight million square feet of space equates to 185 acres, or 138 football fields.
More important for the metropolitan area’s real estate market, it’s the total the local industrial sector absorbed last year.
Heather Wilson, member-in-charge of the Frost Brown Todd LLC Indianapolis office, turned at her desk, dialed the videophone and on the screen appeared her colleague in Cincinnati, Ohio.
It was an enticing recommendation: Perry Township Schools could save $700,000 a year if the district rerouted its transportation system, using fewer buses and drivers, and cut the number of routes from 122 to 94.
Purdue University is becoming a powerhouse for producing startups. And that’s exactly what President Mitch Daniels wanted when he arrived in 2013.
Once again, Indiana is joining several other states to try to convince the Supreme Court of the United States to overturn its own precedent and stop public employees who are not members of the union from having to pay so-called fair share fees.
It’s a newfangled, roundabout way to buy electricity — with no power lines between the generator and the customer.
Although the Indiana State Bar Association has not had to find a new executive director for nearly 25 years, members say through their search to replace the retiring Tom Pyrz, they have found someone they believe can help the organization meet the challenges facing the legal profession.
Ronald Gilbert III has wanted to be a lawyer since he was 10 years old, but after reading an article about law school graduates who were struggling under student loan debt, he got scared.
Northern Hamilton County hopes to cash in on tourism with new train excursions
Competition is gentlemanly in many industries, with rivals showing one another at least begrudging respect.