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IMA Promotes Haigh to COO

IMA Promotes Haigh To COO

Harrison County Set to Develop New Business Park[1]

By Alex Brown Multimedia Journalist 2017-05-18T21:03:02Z

The Harrison County Economic Development Corp. has acquired 50 acres of land near Lanesville to be developed into a new business park. The organization says the land, which cost $2.5 million, has high potential for new business development and job creation.

IMA Promotes Haigh To COO

Salesforce Marks Opening With New Work Force Commitment[2]

By Andy Ober Assistant Managing Editor 2017-05-19T22:21:03Z

Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) has officially taken the wraps off its regional headquarters in Indiana’s tallest building. At the grand opening of the Salesforce Tower in downtown Indianapolis, Chief Executive Officer Marc Benioff announced the company would add 500 new local apprentices by 2020. That comes in addition to the tech giant’s previously-announced commitment for 800 new jobs over the next five years.

IMA Promotes Haigh To COO

Salesforce Tower Set For Grand Opening[3]

By Alex Brown Multimedia Journalist 2017-05-19T17:43:26Z

Officials from Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) will Saturday join Governor Eric Holcomb and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett for the grand opening celebration of Salesforce Tower in Indianapolis. The event comes just over a year after Salesforce announced plans to establish a regional headquarters in the building.

IMA Promotes Haigh To COO

The Remote Work Debate: Which Side Will Win?[4]

By Matt Thomas President, WorkSmart Systems Inc. 2017-05-17T11:36:07Z

IBM will be implementing a new company-wide policy that no longer allows employees to work remotely. U.S.-based employees will have the choice to commute to one of six main offices or they will be asked to leave the company altogether. According to IBM, this decision was made as a solution to combat several consecutive quarters of revenue loss. Like IBM, others are starting to return to a more traditional workflow…

IMA Promotes Haigh To COO

Mayor Lobbies For Affordable Housing Near New Park[5]

By Dan McGowan Senior Writer/Reporter 2017-05-19T20:50:14Z

A $1.2 million affordable housing project is planned in Bloomington. Mayor John Hamilton is seeking approval of leasing city-owned land near Switchyard Park to nonprofit developer South Central Indiana Housing Opportunities for $1. The park takes up more than 65 acres of former industrial property that the city is featuring for potential redevelopment opportunities. The organization is an affiliate of the Bloomington Housing Authority.

References

  1. ^ Harrison County Set to Develop New Business Park (www.insideindianabusiness.com)
  2. ^ Salesforce Marks Opening With New Work Force Commitment (www.insideindianabusiness.com)
  3. ^ Salesforce Tower Set For Grand Opening (www.insideindianabusiness.com)
  4. ^ The Remote Work Debate: Which Side Will Win? (www.insideindianabusiness.com)
  5. ^ Mayor Lobbies For Affordable Housing Near New Park (www.insideindianabusiness.com)

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