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Forbes Ranks Top Banks, Credit Unions in Indiana

Forbes has released its inaugural list of the best banks and credit unions in every state. The publication, along with market research firm Statista, surveyed more than 25,000 U.S. customers who rated the banks on criteria such as satisfaction, branch services, and financial advice.

Cement Maker Details $600M Investment in Mitchell

The Texas-based owner of a Lawrence County cement supplier has announced a major investment. Lehigh Hanson Inc. says it plans to pump over $600 million into the Lehigh Cement Co. plant in Mitchell and add more than 50 jobs in the next four years. The company says the modernization effort is the largest it has ever launched in North America. It will involve a new plant on the 2,500-acre property where Lehigh Cement Co. began operations 116 years ago. The company expects to…

New Center Will Provide More Than Jail Space

Marion County officials have broken ground on the first phase of a massive, multi-institutional criminal justice center. The project, which will stand on the site of a former Citizens Energy coke plant, will not only include jail facilities, but also space for courts, the city-county sheriff’s office and a new Assessment and Intervention Center. The 140-acre location on the city’s southeast side was announced in January. The initial phase is slated to cost…

Morgan Perrill

The Corydon Group Adds Staff Member

The Corydon Group is growing its association management practice with the new addition of the Indianapolis Medical Society as a client. The Indianapolis-based public affairs firm has also hired Morgan Perrill to run the IMS as its executive vice president and serve as The Corydon Group’s director of strategic initiatives. She most recently served as the Indiana House of Representatives’ Majority Caucus director of legislative operations/staff director. 

Aussie Tech Company Chooses Indy

A sales software company from Australia is setting up its first U.S. office in Indianapolis. SalesPond, which has offices in six other countries, says it will invest nearly $500,000 into a downtown location and hire 36 employees by 2023. The company currently has a headcount of 150 in Australia, Brazil, India, Indonesia, Korea, Japan and New Zealand. SalesPond plans to have six employees in its Circle Tower building office by year’s end. Positions currently available include…

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