New York-based Ann Taylor has provided nearly 30,000 pages of documents in response to discovery requests related to why it signed a lease in 2006 to open a Loft store in a competitor's shopping center, only to reverse itself two years later and instead open at Simon Property Group's nearby University Park Mall.
Patients from around the country have filed 100 lawsuits against Bloomington-based Cook, alleging that some of its blood-clot filters have broken apart, moved or poked through the blood vessel where they are implanted.
Investors will receive about $3.2 million of the $9.7 million they lost in a fraud perpetrated by Keenan Hauke, a former Fishers hedge fund manager. He's in prison after admitting to hiding massive losses by creating fake account statements.
Bank of America Corp. faces a lawsuit by former Indianapolis Colts star defensive end Dwight Freeney, who claims the bank set him up with an unqualified private banker and her “notorious financial predator” boyfriend.
The case has widespread implications for pro athletes and cities with sports franchises that tax visiting players' incomes. It's rooted in part in a challenge brought by former Indianapolis Colt Jeff Saturday.
Former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White has started serving his one-year sentence of home detention more than 3-1/2 years after being convicted of perjury and other charges that forced him from office.
On Monday, the two former college football players who now represent the College Athletes Players Association walked into the NCAA's own backyard and stated their case at Indiana's AFL-CIO state convention.
An activist investor from Illinois began scarfing up shares of Ameriana Bancorp in 2010. He soon pushed for a sale—a wish that was granted in June when the New Castle institution agreed to be acquired for $69 million.
On Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge Sarah Evans Barker ruled against Indianapolis-based Monarch Beverage Co., which claimed in a lawsuit that Indiana's restrictive alcohol distribution laws violate the U.S. Constitution.