Herb Simon, who earned his spot on the Forbes 400 list as part of Simon Property Group, is buying an expansion franchise in the United Soccer League, a professional league with a player-development agreement with Major League Soccer.
Although the Pacers have beaten expectations through 14 games and are sitting in position to contend for a top playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, tickets for its games on the secondary market are still fetching some of the lowest prices in the NBA.
The billboards showing up around town urging Indianapolis Colts fans to join the season-ticket waiting list have nothing to do with the fact that the team has stumbled a few times this year and has largely underperformed.
The Indiana University Radio Network will have a new name when the men's basketball team kicks off its season Friday at Eastern Illinois. Ohio-based CareSource has signed a deal with Learfield Sports to be the network's first title sponsor.
Indianapolis microbrewery Tow Yard Brewing Co. and Denver-based Factotum Brewhouse are partnering to make a Peyton Manning-themed beer—named Oatmaha—ahead of this Sunday’s Broncos-Colts clash at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh is giving IndyCar Series officials and their race promoter two weeks to finalize deals with Massachusetts state agencies needed to run a street race on Labor Day weekend. If that's not done, the race could be shelved.