The Indianapolis workforce for publisher Pearson has decreased from 850 to 180 full-time workers over the last 18 years, but a company executive told IBJ this week the firm is much more likely to grow here than shrink further.
Emmis Communications Corp. shareholders on Thursday voted to approve a one-for-four reverse stock split that is aimed at avoiding a delisting of the stock by Nasdaq. The media company also announced first quarter results.
The compensation affects purchases made from April 1, 2010, to May 21, 2012. For each e-book that was a New York Times bestseller, consumers will receive $6.93. For all other e-books, the payment will be $1.57.
The annual AABP Editorial Excellence competition recognizes print and online writing, photography and design by regional business publications. IBJ competes against business journals from Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and other major cities.
A former employee alleges that Sardar Biglari insisted Maxim devote 50 pages of the December/January issue to Monaco, where he spends significant time, and include features on his favorite cigar shop and on David Letterman, part-owner of the race team Steak n Shake sponsors.