The company was acquired in 2006 when it had 120 stores. Only 44 of those stores remain and are available for sale.
The head of the Marijuana Business Association says the industry needs lawyers, marketers, investors and agritech experts to get involved.
Indiana is one of six states that allows hemp cultivation for commercial purposes.
While the coal advocates praise the move, it introduces "uncertainty" for the state's electric utilities.
The three-year project will focus on how to add larger amounts of silicon, which helps conserve energy, to the small steel components of electric motors.
Indiana convenience stores want Hoosiers to hear directly from them on the need for changes to the state’s alcohol laws.
An expert weighs in on how President Trump's decision to leave the Paris Climate Agreement could play out in Indiana.
Bosma Enterprises is one of about 90 National Industries for the Blind agencies across the country and is the largest employer of blind people in Indiana.
The developer ran into a number of obstacles, including difficulties securing a liquor license and opposition from local environmentalists.
Chief Financial Officer Derica Rice helped Eli Lilly and Co. navigate the loss of patent protection from cheaper generic competition for several key drugs.