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Indiana at 200 (93): A City of Engines and Architecture

Posted: October 24, 2016

by Andrea Neal Diesel engines made Columbus a Fortune 500 city. World-famous architecture put Columbus on the map. Give J. Irwin Miller credit for both achievements. As chairman and CEO of Cummins Inc. from 1934 to 1977, Miller turned an unprofitable Indiana-based business into a global leader in diesel engines and related technology that today Read the full article…


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