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GRIFFITH and MERRILLVILLE – Northwest Indiana residents, corporations and foundations came together for an unprecedented one-day philanthropic effort on February 12, contributing a preliminary total of $248,678 to nearly 100 nonprofit organizations in Lake, Porter and La Porte counties.
The donations were made through NWIgives, the first-ever online giving event to unite charitable organizations regionally. Organized and presented by Lake Area United Way and Legacy …Read Full Article
Click hereto vote for the Best of Northwest Indiana Business or the Best of Greater South Bend/Michiana.…Read Full Article
Makers of children’s products have reported widespread use of hazardous chemicals under the landmark Washington state 2008 Children’s Safe Products Act (CSPA). “What’s on Your List? Toxic Chemicals in Your Shopping Cart,” reveals the prevalence of chemicals that can cause cancer, hormone disruption, and reproductive and developmental problems in products readily available for purchase at many of the country’s largest retailers.
Among the total 4,605 …Read Full Article
Be sure your technology is prepared to survive failure or disaster.
by Gregory P. Scasny
In the event of hardware failure, file loss, theft or even natural disaster, it’s imperative that your business is able to resume without delay, in order to sustain productivity, revenue, customer satisfaction and success. A Recovery Time Objective (RTO) plus business continuity and backup plans can make downtime a thing …Read Full Article
Summit brings leaders together to reach public-policy consensus.
On October 3, the One Region organization sponsored a session attended by 70 leaders from throughout the region. The event was designed to tap the wisdom of the participants concerning the public-policy choices we face as an extended community. The assembly included representatives from the business community, education, social service organizations, elected officials and the media. I …Read Full Article
As Indiana continues to experience the latest blast of frigid temperatures, NIPSCO reminds customers of important safety tips during snowy and icy conditions.
NIPSCO crews across the region will be working to ensure safe, reliable natural gas and electric service, and the company is prepared to respond to emergencies and calls throughout this event.
While NIPSCO’s gas and electric system continue to operate normally, customers …Read Full Article
The top five 2014 leading CEO”S nominated by quarterlybusiness readers came from health care, education, non-for-profits,manufacturing and financial services. This year’s leadingCEO’s are: Gene Diamond, Franciscan Alliance Northern Region;Bipin Doshi, Schafer Gear Industries; Thomas L. Keon, PurdueUniversity Calumet; Michael Schrage, Centier Banks andBeth Wrobel, HealthLinc.…Read Full Article
The Postal Regulatory Commission approved a request by the Postal Service for an exigent rate increase to offset losses suffered as a result of the Great Recession of 2008 – 2009.
The 4.3 percent exigent rate increases are scheduled to be implemented in conjunction with the inflation-based rate adjustment of 1.7 percent (one cent for ordinary mailers), which was earlier approved by the Commission. The …Read Full Article
WEST LAFAYETTE – Indiana residents should take extra precautions to help ensure their safety and survival as they brace for continued bitter cold, a Purdue Extension disaster education specialist advises.
Temperatures are forecast to drop into the double digits below zero Monday (Jan. 6) and Tuesday (Jan. 7), especially in the overnight hours, with wind chills making the temperature feel as low as minus 35 …Read Full Article