This 1992 profile of then-CEO L. Ben Lytle chronicles the evolution of the company—then known as The Associated Group—from a sleepy health insurer operating in only one state into an acquisitive, aggressive business with national ambitions.
Shares in Cummins Inc. had their biggest intraday rise in nine months Tuesday morning after the Columbus-based maker of heavy-duty engines reported second-quarter profit and revenue that beat analyst estimates.
Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system debuts Wednesday, as the longtime leader in PC software struggles to carve out a new role in a world where people increasingly rely on smartphones, tablets and information stored online.
Element Three Inc., a fast-growing Indianapolis-based marketing agency, said it plans to spend $881,000 to add space at The Pyramids office park on the city's north side, where it already occupies two floors.
NASCAR has tried to create a rules package that produces dramatic racing, but Sunday's race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway featured just 16 lead changes. If there was a way to bottle what IndyCar does on ovals, NASCAR would buy it in truckloads.
Republic Airways Holdings Inc. stock dove Monday morning after the Indianapolis-based company slashed its profit outlook and warned of more flight interruptions from an ongoing labor dispute with pilots.