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Cummins completes deal to acquire a 50% stake in division of Rush Enterprises

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Cummins Inc. has completed a deal to acquire a 50% stake in a division of dealership giant Rush Enterprises Inc., creating...

Old National Bank reports fourth quarter earnings

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EVANSVILLE — Old National Bancorp (ONB) on Tuesday reported net income of $56.2 million in its fourth quarter. The Evansville, Indiana-based bank said it had...

Cummins promotes two effective March 1

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Cummins Inc. has named Chris Clulow, Vice President, Investor Relations, and Luther Peters, Vice President, Corporate Controller, effective March 1. Clulow is replacing Jack Kienzler who moved to Cummins Filtration on Jan. 1 and Peters is taking Clulow’s former position.

Amazon to open ‘sorting center’ near Franklin’s I-65 exit this year

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By Leeann Doerflein | Daily Journal [email protected] FRANKLIN, Ind. -- Amazon will open a 510,000 square foot sorting center at Franklin’s Interstate 65 exit this year. The...

Cook Medical builds Indy factory using only contractors with diverse owners

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INDIANAPOLIS — Doubt and disbelief hung over Cook Medical’s lofty goal.

German American completes merger with Citizens Union Bancorp

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JASPER, Ind. -- German American Bancorp, Inc. said it has completed its merger with Citizens Union Bancorp of Shelbyville, Inc., the parent company of...

First Financial completes acquisition of Summit

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COLUMBUS, Ind. -- First Financial Bancorp. said it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Cincinnati-based Summit Funding Group, Inc., the fourth largest independent...

Mall section to close for interior demolition

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A section of FairOaks Mall will close for interior demolition, later followed by construction, for Columbus Regional Health’s portion of the NexusPark project.

AI tech business with Columbus roots gets $750,000 investment

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A high-tech business with local roots is receiving a sizable investment to help jump start its next round of funding.

Investors should resolve to ‘KISS’ in 2022

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Behavioral finance shows investors act more like the imperfectly irrational and illogical Homer Simpson than the perfectly rational and logical Mr. Spock. It’s human nature to believe complex solutions must be superior to the simpler variety. Unfortunately, not only is this belief faulty when it comes to investing, but there’s a very real price to pay.