The Secretary of State’s office is warning people about organizations that try to raise money for their businesses online.
The new facility is expected to create a little more than a thousand jobs by 2015 and have a $150 million economic impact on the state.
A smartphone app is the latest front in the battle over collecting online sales taxes.
The report says the tax would not deter businesses from moving into Indiana.
Small communities across the state can now connect to high-speed internet because of a grant Indiana University received to expand its network.
Some estimates suggest collecting internet sales tax could bring as much as $400 million to the state.
A kerfuffle involving moms, their babies and the owner of Bloomington’s Le Petit Café restaurant has apparently been resolved after a public tiff on Facebook.
Ball State University has put together a task force of faculty members, students and a dean to look at how the internet is changing higher education.
Two grants from the National Science Foundation will allow Indiana University to expand its business of maintaining outside computer networks.
The influence of technology on media is driving new business models journalists should follow.