Several production staffers at WTHR-TV Channel 13 could wind up looking for work in the months ahead as the NBC affiliate becomes the last of the local stations to extensively automate studio functions.
Butler Auto Group has been selling Toyotas in Indianapolis since 1966. Ed Martin Auto Group has been selling Toyotas in Anderson since the 1980s. So when Toyota Motor Sales USA recently allowed Martin to move its dealership 20 miles west, to Noblesville, Rob Butler started seeing red.
WHHH-FM rises to the top of the dial with some recent fine-tuning, and as the top two country stations in the market duke it out for listeners.
1st Source is among few Indiana-based institutions to deal in jet financing.
Banks and credit unions facing more competition from online lenders—and now even from big-box stores offering financial products—are working harder to get a bigger piece of a customer’s wallet over the long haul.
A former Old National executive is taking the reins in the Indianapolis market, and the Cincinnati-based bank’s state operations chief has moved to Carmel to get a better on-the-ground perspective of the growth market.
As Scott Davison steps into the shoes of OneAmerica’s retiring CEO Dayton Molendorp, who led a massive expansion of the company in recent years, he’ll be challenged to keep growing pains at a minimum.
A posse of Internet-based prognosticators is offering not just forecasts but sometimes even mounds of data left open to interpretation.
Shares in the Indianapolis-based consumer-reviews service fell 14 percent in after-hours trading Wednesday evening, despite a rare profit in the firm’s fourth quarter.
The study by GoBankingRates.com finds that the average return on savings at Indiana banks is 0.056 percent. However, the average for Indianapolis-area banks was considerably higher.
Local banking veteran and community leader Albert J. Smith Jr. is eight years older than his predecessor, who retired in January.