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Duke Energy Touts $400 Million Project
Duke Energy Indiana says a $400 million initiative to upgrade pollution control equipment at a Wabash Valley facility is boosting the big the area economy. The utility says it has hired up to 300 construction workers to build the 200-foot structures in Cayuga, which are set to be operational late next year.
Pharma Contractor Announces New Subsidiary
Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical company CRO Solutions Inc. is launching a subsidiary. VxP Pharma Services Inc. will focus on drug development and technical services.
Volunteers Launch Search For CEO
Indianapolis-based Volunteers of America of Indiana Inc. is searching for its next leader. Timothy Campbell has been chief executive officer of the nonprofit since 2000 and plans to retire next month.
NCAA Funding Concussion Research
The Indianapolis-based NCAA is pumping nearly $400,000 into what it is calling a “groundbreaking” head injury study. The research will aim to document the long-range effects of blows to the head.
Ivy Tech Names New Vice Chancellor
Ivy Tech Community College has named a new vice chancellor of student affairs for its Columbus and Franklin campuses. Keith Hansen previously served as associate dean of students at Hanover College.
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