Governor Mike Pence is traveling to Japan in September to talk to business leaders about investment in Indiana.
The Obama administration is delaying the requirement that employers offer health care to their workers until 2015.
AES plans to hire 100 new workers at its new headquarters.
Children are setting up lemonade stands Saturday in in Indianapolis, Elkhart, Fort Wayne, Lafayette and Bloomington.
A number of restaurant owners in downtown Columbus say communication from the Kristen Brown administration is a major reason they could not succeed.
One trustee says shrinking state funding for renovating and rehabilitating university buildings is partly to blame.
The city of Martinsville is using a $50,000 grant to revitalize downtown and attract more businesses and tourists.
Bloomington business leaders meeting Thursday with Mike Pence say the governor should do more to include IT companies in his jobs plan.
A new law allows businesses to pass on credit card fees to their customers, but many say they're too worried they'd lose business if they did.
House Speaker Brian Bosma and House Minority Leader Scott Pelath are sponsoring a bill to bring together Indiana’s education and workforce development sectors.