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Eight emergency medicine innovations that could save your life.
by Cassie Richardson
If you’re feeling stressed out by your job, listen up! Having a highly demanding job, combined with a heavy workload and the belief that you have little control over how or at what pace the work must be done, can put your heart at risk.
A 2012 study of 200,000 men and women …Read Full Article
Card issuers pushing new system to fight credit card fraud.
by Phil Britt
Payment card issuers will be forcing merchants to take a more proactive stance against payment fraud by requiring that point of sale (POS) systems be able to meet so-called EMV standards, including the ability to accept chip-based cards, by Oct. 1, 2015.
Until that date, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express will …Read Full Article
With the holidays coming, it may be time to update your naughty and nice list for that favorite boss or executive. Here in Northwest Indiana, there are gifts to dazzle the eye, balance the nerves and work out those kinks on the golf course. — By Jane Bokun
White Hawk Country Club
How about getting your boss a round of golf and some …
Nick Popovich quietly spreads donations across the region.
by Jerry Davich
Nick Popovich and his staff of aircraft specialists have repossessed hundreds of luxury jets and high-priced airplanes the past three decades. But the high-flying philanthropy behind his Valparaiso-based firm, Sage-Popovich Inc., often takes place away from the public’s radar.
The exhaustive list of groups, nonprofits and organizations to which Sage-Popovich has given monetary donations …Read Full Article
Commercial construction is on a roll.
by Heidi Prescott Wieneke
When Tim Healy started work for Holladay Properties in 2000, the South Bend-based company had nothing going on in Northwest Indiana. It was just him, a trailer and 386 acres of vacant land Holladay had purchased from Bethlehem Steel. Healy had his work cut out for him.
Holladay wanted this site to rival the strongest …Read Full Article
With loans and advice, Accion Chicago helps borrowers succeed.
by Shari Held
This year Accion Chicago, a non-profit microlender affiliated with Accion International, is celebrating its 20-year anniversary. And the thousands of underserved, aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners the lender has helped over the years are celebrating right along with Accion. That includes clients from seven Northwest Indiana counties–Lake, Porter, Jasper, LaPorte, Newton, Pulaski …Read Full Article
A look at the annual honorees of The Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana.
by Jerry Davich
Innovation. It can be sparked by serendipity, discovered by risk-takers or fueled by fear. It often manifests itself through a new idea, novel device or reinvented process. And it takes place each day in Northwest Indiana at the intersection of imagination and problem-solving.
Innovation can be powered by …Read Full Article
The region’s big thinkers open doors to the future.
Northwest Indiana is an excellent place to make things, as is the state as a whole, but our excellence in manufacturing sometimes overshadows our area’s brilliance when it comes to not just making but creating and innovating. The Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana, now in its 10th year, exists to shine the …Read Full Article