The London-based company, which has 4,000 employees in Indianapolis, has cut divisions and eliminated more than 600 senior and middle-management positions over the past year. It just hired a new chief financial officer.
The Justice Department, which is trying to stop a $48 billion merger between insurance giants Anthem and Cigna, said in a court filing that the firms are accusing each other of breaching their agreement, creating a "state of hostility" between the companies.
The chief executive who turned around Domino's Pizza is trying to do the same for the problem-plagued Toys R Us chain, which has several stores in Indianapolis. Toymakers have every reason to be rooting for him.
The Carmel-based, for-profit educator began liquidation proceedings Friday after closing 136 technical schools, leaving over 35,000 students stranded in one of the largest college shutdowns in U.S. history.
ITT Educational Services Inc., the 70-year-old for-profit college operator that shut down its 136 technical schools last week, has hired advisers to liquidate its assets, according to one of the firms brought in to handle the sales.
More than 100 former students of now-closed ITT Technical Institutes announced Wednesday they'll no longer make payments on their federal student loans, part of a revolt against what they call the Obama administration's negligence in policing for-profit colleges.