The company says it will bring on 1,400 new workers at central Indiana fulfillment centers in Indianapolis, Plainfield, and Whitestown, as well as an additional 700 workers at its Jeffersonville location in southern Indiana.
State officials have ended a contract with a New York PR firm it hired to assess the damage to Indiana's reputation after the national furor over its religious freedom law. After three months, the firm will be paid $365,000.
Vision Fleet, the electric car vendor in the middle of a dispute between the City-County Council and the city of Indianapolis, is seeking a legal review of its contract in which a five-judge panel determines the validity of the pact.
The Battery Energy Storage System, or BESS. will be built at the Harding Street Station. The utility received approval for a 10-year tax abatement from the county that will save it more than $3 million on the project.
New York's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against an Indianapolis-based seller of online nursing studies, alleging it deceptively induced up to 2,000 New Yorkers to sign up in hopes of obtaining an associate's degree in nursing.