Business

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.

Wadesville farmer named to board

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Farm Credit Mid-America, an agricultural lending cooperative serving farmers, rural residents and agribusinesses throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, including Bartholomew County, announces the appointment of Dale Koester to its board of directors.

Toyota Material Handling introduces 22 new electric models

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Toyota Material Handling, headquartered in Columbus, has released 22 new electric products on the market, the largest product launch in the company’s history.

Brown joins German American leadership team

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JASPER — German American Bancorp, Inc. and its bank subsidiary, German American Bank, have announced the addition of Ann M. Brown to its corporate senior management team.

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...

Zoning approved for dog grooming business

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The Bartholomew County Board of Zoning Appeals gave conditional use approval for a request by David and Brenda Simmons to allow a dog grooming kennel in an Agriculture: Preferred zoning district. The property is 8111 E. County Road 450 North in Flatrock Township.

The show did go on: Indy venues look at an ‘uncertain’ 2022

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INDIANAPOLIS — Ruoff Music Center showed up in familiar territory when concert industry magazine Pollstar published its year-end charts for 2021 ticket sales.

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.