The fiberglass bottles will be displayed around the city starting next year.
The Asian nation backs more business in Indiana than in any other state – especially in the automotive sector, at Honda, Toyota, Subaru and their suppliers.
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.
Conexus Indiana will partner with five big Indiana firms to run a new vet-focused jobs site that could eventually expand to other industries.
The three-year project will focus on how to add larger amounts of silicon, which helps conserve energy, to the small steel components of electric motors.
Indiana lags in training enough workers to fill thousands of open manufacturing jobs – and some say reforms passed this year won't help fix that fast enough.
President Donald Trump is touting a new survey that shows record optimism among factory owners – a rosier picture than a similar Ind. survey painted last fall.
The expansion will allow Eli Lilly to increase the manufacturing of Trulicity, a diabetes product the company launched a couple years ago.
The Hoosier unemployment rate ticked up by one-tenth of a percent to 4.1 percent last month.
Manufacturing jobs require specialized training, so companies having a hard time filling open positions are finding new opportunities to teach workers.