Indiana’s unemployment rate held steady last month at 3.2 percent, remaining at its lowest point since December 2000. The rate hasn’t increased since July last year.
Indiana is spending a lot of time and money on workforce development, but some question whether it's the best approach.
A debt collection agency plans to open a call center in Jeffersonville that company officials say will eventually employ more than 600 workers.
Liquidation sales at the closing stores could start as early as Jan. 12.
A report commissioned by state officials suggests tourism has a growing impact on Indiana's economy.
Cook Group expects to close on the $6.5 million purchase of Bloomington’s former General Electric plant by the end of the month.
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.
The survey ranks Indiana eigth in the country for its small business friendliness.
Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly will cut about 3,500 positions in New Jersey, China, and Iowa.
At the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce 2017 Governor’s Luncheon, the Governor discussed the workforce and economy.