Amrou Awaysheh, an IU Kelley School of Business assistant professor of operations management, is building an IoT-based system he says can save factories $100 million annually in verified energy savings.
Naples, Florida-based Cormo USA is is set to make its mark in the world of peat moss, and the agricultural technology firm thinks Rushville is the place to do it. The company projects local employment will hit 250 by 2025.
Venture capital is supposed to be the lifeblood of fast-growing tech startups. But a handful of Indianapolis-area companies are defying that widely embraced mindset.
The boos that rained down on Andrew Luck—and possibly the entire Indianapolis Colts organization after the Aug. 24 preseason home game—signal a torrent of likely troubles for a team that started this season with Super Bowl aspirations.
In the wake of the May closure of The Hendricks County Flyer, Grow Local Media is expanding its own Hendricks County paper.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway was not for sale before the Nov. 3 death of Mari Hulman George—the matriarch of IMS and IndyCar Series parent Hulman & Co. And it’s not now.
The Indianapolis-based office-supplies company had revenue near $38 million last year and is on target to hit $43 million this year. If the company hits its projections, revenue will have nearly tripled since 2013.
The prosperous family-run company is hoping for ieven greater success with its newer, direct-to-consumer line, including its latest product: custom-made mattresses.
Oladipo has exploded onto the central Indiana scene in his first season with the Pacers. He is fast becoming the face of the franchise
That compares to $30 million the Indianapolis business community contributed in cash and in-kind services to support the 2012 Super Bowl held at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Pacers Sports & Entertainment finished a record year this summer—not on the court but in its management of Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Some say the simple solution to the dilemma that has given rise to the most recent scandal in big-time college athletics is to let college athletes profit from their name, image and likeness.
“Chicks on the Right” and “Hammer & Nigel” are changing time slots. Abdul-Hakim Shabazz’s weeknight show is going off the air. And local listeners will get more Tony Katz.
Shella will cap his 40-year career with coverage of the 2016 election, saying it is a “really good time to sign off.”