Economists say it may have become clear only recently to business owners just how much not having a national budget deal could hurt them.
Indiana is seeing significant growth in its 18 and younger Hispanic population, U.S. Census data shows.
More than half of Indiana counties lost residents in 2011.
Census data released Thursday emphasizes how much the housing bubble burst affected Hoosier home ownership.
A recent study shows Hoosiers aren’t spending as much for the holidays this year as they have in the past.
An Indiana University measure of the state’s economy shows the Hoosier State is experiencing growth.
Projections from the Indiana Business Research Center suggest Hoosiers shouldn’t expect a recovery from the recession for at least 12 to 18 months.
The New Census report covers a number of economic indicators from unemployment to health insurance statistics.
One study says manufacturing jobs account for 12 percent of the workforce in Bloomington, which puts the city fourth among its national peers.