Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

February 28, 2014

Inside INdiana Business

By Andy Ober Senior Writer/Reporter
Greensburg Daily News

---- — Developments Share Millions in Funding

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority is distributing more than $12 million in federal tax credits to 15 multi-family housing projects. The funding will boost construction, rehabilitation and preservation work throughout the state.

Work Truck Show to Hit Indy

The largest work truck event in North America is set for next week in Indianapolis. Organizers expect The Work Truck Show to attract more than 10,000 fleet managers, distributors, manufacturers and services providers. The event at the Indiana Convention Centers includes a Green Truck Summit and the 50th NTEA Convention.

Chamber Orchestra Deal With Butler

The Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra has reached an agreement to be housed at Butler University’s Howard L. Schrott Center for the Arts. ICO Executive Director Elaine Eckhart says the deal is the “single most exciting thing” to happen to the orchestra in its history.

App to Help With Dyslexia

The Indianapolis-based developers of a mobile app to help children with dyslexia are in the midst of a kickstarter campaign. DCODIA allows users to take a picture of a word and the technology reads it to them. The developers are hoping to raise $125,000 through the online effort so the assistive technology can enter the beta testing phase.

KAR CEO to Keynote Vegas Conference

The chief executive officer of Carmel-based KAR Auction Services Inc. (NYSE: KAR) Chief Executive Jim Hallett will deliver a keynote speech next month at a national conference. Jim Hallett will speak about technology and leadership at the Conference of Automotive Remarketing in Las Vegas.

ITT Fires Back at Consumer Agency

Carmel-based ITT Educational Services Inc. (NYSE: ESI) is rejecting a lawsuit filed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The career and technical education provider says the federal agency’s complaint of predatory lending tactics is “unjustified” and “without merit.”

Law Firm Announces Top Executive

Indianapolis-based Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP has named Tobin McClamroch managing partner. He previously served as co-chairman since the merger of Bingham McHale and Greenebaum Doll McDonald in 2010.

— Daily News