For the first time since its founding in 1995, Angie’s List is getting a new name. But the reference to co-founder Angie Hicks isn’t going away.
Tickets for many of the early game have sold out, although there are still seats available for games at Lucas Oil Stadium, where capacity is the largest. For other venues, tickets on some of the bigger resale web sites were being advertised for more than $250. Most were less.
Construction of a convention center, a basketball arena, a football stadium, to start. Countless audacious moves by a long line of political and civic leaders put the city in the position for an historic achievement.
The digital platform makes it easier for residents to report and track interactions with police, and for the police to track, monitor and analyze interactions with residents.
Casted plans to invest $425,000 and hire 62 more workers, which led the Indiana Economic Development Corp. to offer it up to $1.2 million in tax credits.
The new fund, High Alpha Capital III, is the largest yet from Indianapolis-based High Alpha Capital—the investment arm of venture studio High Alpha and one of the largest software venture capital firms in the Midwest.
Four successful local entrepreneurs and active angel investors have teamed up to create Indianapolis-based Round One Capital, a new fund for emerging startups. Round One partners plan to offer startups more than just money. And they plan to grow the fund over time.
Indianapolis-based Selfless.ly is using its software to pull together an army of volunteers to help keep COVID-19 vaccination sites humming at optimal speed.
In addition to fueling the economy and driving revenue generating potential for the school and researchers, pushing research to the commercial realm also benefits students.
Coverage from Selection Sunday on March 14 to the championship April 5 should bring an enormous payoff to Indiana, which will host all 67 games, and to Indianapolis specifically, which will host 55 of them.
Rose-Hulman professor Carlotta Berry is among the leaders of Black in Engineering, a network of about 400 Black engineering and computer science faculty that is spearheading an initiative to inspire positive change, share experiences and stand in solidarity with activism efforts for Black people in America.
Graham is the second woman and the first minority in the company’s 41-year history to hold that post.
The new partnership is designed to give Hoosiers that graduate from the two-year fellowship an opportunity to gain guidance and potentially access capital to propel their ideas into the commercial realm.
As he winds toward retirement, meteorologist Randy Ollis won’t be delivering a weather forecast first thing every morning like he has done on WISH-TV Channel 8 since 1984.
The Purdue team has created technology aimed at replacing the dots and dashes with colored digital characters to modernize optical storage. And that advancement might hit closer to home than you think.
High Alpha has high hopes for Luma, which has nine full-time employees and plans to double its staff size this year.
Entrepreneurs Bill Oesterle and Evan Hock last month launched MakeMyMove, a subsidiary of TMap.
With six new hires, the company—founded in 2014—now has 26 employees. The staff size will increase to 28 when the company adds two Orr Fellows in June.