Better than expected collections from individual income and corporate taxes are credited for boosting state revenues in May.
Electric Last Mile Solutions, which has a major presence in Mishawaka, is filing for bankruptcy.
Rapidly rising production costs is being blamed for the sharp drop in agriculture producers’ perception of current economic conditions.
Whitney Ertel is the new executive director of the Governor’s Workforce Cabinet.
Indiana’s unemployment rate in April remained unchanged from the previous month, holding steady at 2.2%.
Rising prices for corn and soybeans provided some boost among farmers about current economic conditions but higher operating costs are a growing concern.
Eight companies across Indiana are being honored by the state during Small Business Week 2022.
Better than expected collections from sales, corporate and gaming taxes translated to strong revenue performance for the state in March.
Rising supply chain costs and recruiting and retaining skilled workers are among the top concerns for Indiana manufacturers.
State officials credit job growth with driving down Indiana’s jobless rate to its lowest levels since the mid-1970s.