A new round of layoffs is taking effect at the Carrier factory about a year after President Donald Trump touted a deal to save some of the plant's jobs.
Employees at a manufacturing facility will get to keep their jobs as a factory slated to close down, will stay open under a new owner.
Carrier said Tuesday the layoffs originally planned for Dec. 22 will now occur Jan. 11 and affect only 215 workers, not the 275 it had last estimated.
Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly will cut about 3,500 positions in New Jersey, China, and Iowa.
In the next 18 months, the newly created DowDuPont will split into three businesses – for material sciences, specialty products and agricultural chemicals.
HMD Trucking is the latest to move from Illinois to Indiana. It plans to bring 500 jobs to its new corporate headquarters in Gary by 2021.
Seventy percent of the past year's job growth was concentrated around cities, while rural places struggled to create new jobs and maintain their workforces.
The primary message was an attack on President Trump, for what Sanders says is a failure to act on campaign promises to prevent jobs from leaving the country.
Indiana AFL-CIO president Brett Voorhies says labor leaders gave Trump the benefit of the doubt when he was elected. They've been disappointed so far.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg's deputy chief of staff says groups assisting the homeless have found most of the city's panhandlers aren't homeless.