Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

April 1, 2014

Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick

Greensburg Daily News

---- — Museum to open CityWay Gallery

The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art says it will open gallery space at The Alexander hotel in the CityWay neighborhood. The free exhibition is scheduled to open in September.

Jobs announcement set for Vigo County

Executives from an Iowa-based convenience store company will be in Terre Haute Tuesday for what is being called a major economic development announcement. Governor Mike Pence is scheduled to be on-hand to release details from Casey’s General Stores Inc. (Nasdaq: CASY).

Ranking focuses on hospital safety

A national consumer organization has unveiled its annual hospital safety rankings. The list from Consumer Reports examines the performance of more than 3,000 hospitals from throughout the country.

Women’s Fund forms incubator

Women’s Fund of Central Indiana has launched an incubator in hopes of funding entrepreneurs working on projects to improve the lives of young adult women. The organization says it is dedicating “ten years and millions of dollars” to its NEXT initiative.

STEM, liberal arts event set for Purdue

A conference focusing on the intersection of liberal arts and science, technology, engineering and math disciplines is set for next week at Purdue University. It will feature Logitech International SA (Nasdaq: LOGI) Chief Executive Officer Bracken Darrell and NPR “Tech Nation” Host Moira Gunn.

IU Event to Spotlight Business Analytics

Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business will host a business analytics forum this week in Bloomington.

The two-day event will feature executives from companies including Angie’s List Inc. (Nasdaq: ANGI) and Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY).

Green BEAN details leadership changes

The parent company of Indianapolis-based Green BEAN Delivery has named Shane Towne president. BEAN LLC says co-founder and former president Matt Ewer will serve as chief executive officer.

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