Once highly successful restaurateurs, Thomas Main and Peter George fell on some tough times in the 2000s and ended up as housemates. That’s when they started plotting a return to the industry as partners in a new venue that became the popular restaurant Tinker Street.
Noblesville natives Monica Peck and Courtney Cole became the sixth-generation owners of Hare Chevrolet when they bought it from their parents in 2008. Now, thanks in part to a snappy ad campaign, sales have nearly tripled. But their biggest battle has been off the lot: Cole is battling cancer.
The Monday after Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest online shopping day, but stores are releasing internet deals earlier, stretching them through the week, as well as making them available in stores.
The company said it took a $1.4 million loss in the third quarter from discontinuing operations in its standalone take-and-bake restaurant operations. It plans to focus on a new restaurant concept that will debut in January.
Burn By Rocky Patel has agreed to take 5,500 square feet at the corner of Meridian and Maryland streets as mall operator Simon Property Group continues to fill spaces left by the departure of Nordstrom.