Year-to-date store closings are already outpacing those of 2008, when the last U.S. recession was raging, according to Credit Suisse Group. About 2,880 closings have been announced so far this year, compared with 1,153 for this period of 2016.
Rue21 Inc., a teen clothing chain with 37 stores in Indiana, could file for bankruptcy this month, according to people familiar with the matter.
A sexual harassment scandal involving host Bill O’Reilly has prompted major advertisers such as Eli Lilly and Co. and several automakers to drop out. Indianapolis-based Angie’s List is among those sticking with the show.
Payless Inc., which has about 15 shoe stores in the Indianapolis area, is preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as next week, according to people familiar with the matter.
The meeting between the president and U.S. health insurers on Monday was a chance for the industry to weigh in on promised changes to the Affordable Care Act that are beginning to come into focus.
The 61-year-old retailer of appliances and electronics is preparing to file for bankruptcy as it grapples with an ongoing slump in sales, according to people familiar with the matter.
Called Tapestry, the brand is designed to jump on the bandwagon for individualized and upscale hotels with distinctive local features.
A United Kingdom judge has approved settlement between Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc and UK prosecutors, resolving a bribery probe spanning three decades of misconduct at the jet-engine maker.
Moody’s Corp. has agreed to pay almost $864 million to resolve a multiyear U.S. investigation into credit ratings on subprime mortgage securities. Indiana is one of 21 states getting some of the settlement.
President-elect Donald Trump tweeted Sunday that costs for the F-35 fighter-jet program, the Pentagon’s most expensive weapons system, are “out of control.” The Indianapolis operations of Rolls-Royce are significantly involved in the F-35 program.
Chrysler and its diesel technology partner Cummins Inc. are accused of fraud, false advertising and racketeering in the complaint, filed Monday in Detroit federal court on behalf of the owners of almost 500,000 Dodge Ram model trucks.
The specialty running-shoe division, which operates 70 stores under various names, could draw interest from private equity firms and other sporting-goods chains.
Sears Holdings Corp. and Claire’s Stores Inc. are among seven chains at high risk of defaulting within a year as shoppers shift to online merchants and spend more on experiences, according to a Fitch Ratings study.
Sears Holdings Corp. will close an additional 64 Kmart stores, including three in Indiana, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Apollo Global Management LLC—the private-equity firm where U.S. Senate candidate Evan Bayh is a senior adviser—will pay $52.7 million to settle allegations that it made misleading disclosures about fees.
Named AZD3293, the drug belongs to a novel class of drugs that block production of amyloid, a protein that causes plaque to build up in the brain of Alzheimer’s patients.
The U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Indy-based Anthem Inc. and Cigna Corp. on Thursday. In recent years, the department has shown an increasing willingness to go to court to block deals it believes could stifle competition.
Donald Trump advisers on Thursday afternoon maintained that the presumed GOP candidate had not made a final decision on a running mate. Media reports earlier in the day pegged Gov. Mike Pence.
Retail real estate firm WP Glimcher denied last week that it was in talks to merge with Indianapolis-bases Kite Realty Group Trust. Now its CEO is gone, and directors are reevaluating its portfolio.