The future of investment in Columbus may play a key role in deciding the city’s next mayor.
Students will create a business plan for a company focused on Internet and software technology.
Fund managers won’t push the panic button in response to a single day’s events, but do constantly evaluate long-term trends.
A disagreement between restaurateur Daniel Orr and Columbus city leaders has been resolved, paving the way for a new eatery in the city.
Officials with the company say the investment will be used to replace plant machinery and will result in the creation of about 51 jobs.
They are also trying to gain support for the educational facilities in the area.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong says there must have been a misunderstanding when Daniel Orr submitted plans to revamp the downtown Pump House building.
The company expects 2011 sales to grow by nearly 30% from $13.2 billion in 2010 to $17 billion.
Orange County leaders are remembering the late Bill Cook for dragging the area out of impending economic doldrums, thanks to his investment there.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight will be a panelist for the Roads to Renewal automotive conference on March 30th, in Dearborn, Michigan.