This week on Noon Edition, economic and business experts share their predictions for the coming year.
What are the implications of this historical decision on Indiana and the nation at large?
How much money are European companies investing in Indiana, and what kind of companies are they?
This week on Noon Edition, we reexamined and discussed Indiana's housing market.
This week on Noon Edition, we discussed the impact President Barack Obama's economic policies have had on the state.
This week on Noon Edition: a conversation with Nobel Prize Winner Elinor Ostrom. She was in-studio talking about her whirlwind year and her work.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll discuss the economic outlook for south-central Indiana. Joining us in the studio will be Indiana Business Research Center Director Jerry Conover and Indiana State University Professor of Economics Robert Guell.
This week on Noon Edition we’ll discuss the economic landscape in Indiana and the affects of the brain drain on our region. Joining us in the studio will be School of Public and Environmental Affairs Professor Mark Akers as well as Deputy Director of the Indiana Business Research Center Carol Rogers.
This week on “Noon Edition,” Indiana University economist David Audretsch discusses how Indiana can develop successful businesses in a global economy, using innovation to combat outsourcing.
Experts predict by the year 2015, 66 billion dollars will be transferred between generations. That includes $1.5 billion in Monroe County alone. What are the implications of this change for philanthropic endeavors? This week on “Noon Edition,” local and regional experts talk about the ramifications of this massive financial shift.