Cook Medical broke ground on its newest facility at the former General Electric plant in Bloomington Friday morning.
District Court Judge Richard L. Young entered judgment in favor of Cook Medical in the second bellwether case on IVC filters.
Governor Eric Holcomb is seeking input from leaders of a few large Indiana companies as part of his efforts to improve workforce development.
An event at Ivy Tech aimed to get girls excited about STEM through several activities and discussions with professionals in the field of engineering.
Cook Medical is making structural changes to improve customer service.
The suspension comes just as medical device manufacturers were poised to make their first tax payments of the year.
A two-year suspension of the medical device tax is set to expire in 2018.
Cook Group has struck a deal with the city of Bloomington to avoid annexation of its properties in Monroe County.
Students at Ivy Tech will have the opportunity to learn jBase, a database management system used at Cook Medical.
The tax is particularly divisive in Indiana, where medical device manufacturing is a multi-billion dollar industry.