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What’s the score? Entrepreneurial duo launches business to sell cornhole scoreboard

MUNCIE — Paul Dytmire and Andy Klotz are learning it requires patience and money to launch a business that helps cornhole players answer an often-heard question: “What’s the score?”

Staying safe while shopping: Experts say malls face tough balance to maintain safety

INDIANAPOLIS — Security and real estate experts say the July 17 mass shooting at Greenwood Park Mall could have a chilling effect on shopping center activity around Indianapolis in the near future. But, they say, it could also spur questions about whether more measures are necessary to prevent similar events at malls in central Indiana and beyond.

Belske named to Cummins board of directors


Cummins Inc. announced the election of Gary Belske to its board of directors.

Key to making money in stocks is not to get scared out of them


The following is an excerpt from Kirr, Marbach & Co.’s second-quarter client letter, available at www.kirrmar.com.

The pain of inflation: Construction companies feel the pinch as prices rise


For typical consumers, inflation became a top-of-mind issue only this year, as the price of everything from gasoline to baby formula took off for the stratosphere.

Decision on revised regulations for commercial solar fields delayed until August

COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A decision on regulations for proposed commercial solar fields will be delayed until August after more than 80 people crowded into...

Duke Energy Indiana rate increase approved by state regulators


State utility regulators have approved Duke Energy’s request to raise rates through the summer due to rising fuel costs.

Cummins announces collaboration with Japan-based Komatsu

COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Cummins Inc. has announced plans to collaborate with a Japanese heavy-equipment maker to develop zero-emission mining truck applications. The Columbus-based company said...

Old National Bank to sell its health savings account business

By Susan Orr Indianapolis Business Journal INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana-based Old National Bank plans to sell its health savings account business to Kansas City, Missouri-based UMB Bank,...

Proposed solar farm pledges big bee, butterfly habitat


Developers of a proposed solar energy farm in northeastern Bartholomew County are pledging to incorporate what would be the largest “pollinator garden” in the county, providing vital habitat for butterflies and bees that are essential for food and vegetation.