United Technologies chief executive Greg Hayes says a $16 million investment to limit outsourcing will increase automation, meaning "there will be fewer jobs."
State officials tout Indiana’s healthy manufacturing sector, but despite record manufacturing in 2015, automation has taken over many manufacturing jobs.
Researchers say a lack of government and private investment may have set the national economy back.
The American Association of University Women study finds Indiana women on average earn 24 cents less per dollar than their male counterparts.
Tesla Vice President Diarmuid O’Connell told that committee that the bill would stifle the free market.
The state’s private sector added 5,600 jobs in August – the fifth consecutive month of private sector job growth.
Kohl's plans to hire 300 full-time and 600 part-time workers at the new warehouse in the All Points industrial park in Plainfield.
The trade agreement has support from most manufacturing business owners, as well as support from another of Indiana's industries: agriculture.
Researchers at the new Indiana Corn and Soybean Innovation Center will study the growing habits of cash crops at the school's 1,400-acre research farm.
The first installment of the new Global Steel Trade Monitor ranks China first in the world for steel exports, and the U.S. first for imports.