National Urban League Bringing Conference to Indy
After 25 years, the National Urban League is bringing its summer conference back to Indianapolis. The conference will take place July 24-27 with the theme of “Getting 2 Equal: United Not Divided.” Chief Executive Officer Marc Morial announced the decision this morning at the Indianapolis Urban League office and said the “one of a kind” conference will bring together people who are focused on urban American and communities of color. In an interview with…
Hoosier Restaurants Make ‘Most Romantic’ Lists
Two Indiana restaurants are included on separate lists naming the “Most Romantic Restaurants.” The lists, from websites Yelp and OpenTable, each feature restaurants based on user reviews.
Bosma Enterprises Names New CEO
Indianapolis-based Bosma Enterprises has selected Master Sgt. (Ret.) Jeffrey Mittman as its next chief executive officer. Mittman, who currently serves as chief operating officer of the organization, will begin his new role in August and become the first CEO in the organization’s 100-year history who is blind.
Terre Haute Closing on Pfizer Sale, New Investment and Jobs
As Terre Haute officials close on the sale of a portion of a once high-profile property, they are also celebrating the latest in a string of economic developments wins. Germany-based Saturn Petcare Inc. will Wednesday close on its purchase of part of the former Pfizer Inc. property as it moves forward with plans to establish its first U.S. operations in Vigo County. Last month, the pet food manufacturer made its plans official to invest more than $38 million to renovate…
Georgia Woman Wins $3M Verdict Against Cook Medical
A federal jury in Indianapolis has awarded $3 million to a Georgia woman who claimed an intravenous filter made by Bloomington-based Cook Medical was defective. Tonya Brand says she suffered medical complications after the filter deteriorated inside her body.