Breast Health Center receives accreditation


The American College of Radiology has designated Columbus Regional Health’s Breast Health Center as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence in 2022.

Financial challenges plague rural hospitals, including in Indiana

Every time Paul Wilkinson walks into Rush Memorial Hospital, he says a small word of thanks that the 72-year-old rural hospital is still open for business.

uBreakiFix opens new store in Columbus


uBreakiFix has opened its newest franchise location in Columbus at 1663 N. National Road. Repair services are offered for smartphones, tablets and computers, along with game consoles, smart speakers and drones.

First Financial announces wage bump


First Financial Bank has increased its minimum wage for all associates to $18 an hour to builds on its associate compensation and development efforts.

Cummins: Shareholders consider split of CEO, board chair jobs


A Cummins Inc. shareholder is proposing that the Indiana-based manufacturer separate its CEO and board chair roles into two different positions as a way of creating more oversight within its leadership structure.

A wage-price spiral … again?


Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of columns from business analysts in the IUPUC Division of Business.

Lagging overseas travel: Fewer passengers means delays in adding international flights from IND


It’s been nearly two years since COVID-19 led Delta Air Lines to stop flying its Indianapolis-to-Paris route, and airport officials still can’t say when the flight will return.

Old National recognized by Ethisphere Institute


EVANSVILLE — Old National Bank was recognized by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the 2022 World’s Most Ethical Companies. The recognition honors companies demonstrating exceptional leadership and a commitment to business integrity through best-in-class ethics, compliance and governance practices.

Buffett: ‘Never bet against America’


In late February, geopolitical tensions were at the boiling point as Russian president Vladimir Putin dispatched his army to the Ukrainian border for “military exercises” and put his fighter jets along Russia’s western borders on high alert.

First Financial details community donations


First Financial Bank teamed up with its associates to provide over $3.9 million in donations, plus more than 11,700 volunteer hours, throughout its four-state footprint in 2021.