The $110 million Yard at Fishers District will feature about 15 restaurants, including two St. Elmo-owned concepts; a Sun King tasting room; a dual-branded hotel; and hundreds of apartments.
In central Indiana, 90 percent of companies sell to domestic customers alone, meaning they are missing out on 80 percent of the world’s buying power.
More deals could be on the horizon as dozens of companies—including local powerhouses such as Simon, Eli Lilly and Anthem—game out what Amazon’s huge ambitions could mean for their bottom lines.
Avoid "shiny-object syndrome." Build the systems and processes to support "catastrophic growth." Avoid micromanagement. Those are some of the pearls of wisdom offered by executives who've helped their companies survive and prosper through torrid growth.
Sweetwater Sound—which has a 44-acre campus in Fort Wayne—is the nation’s largest online retailer of musical instruments and audio equipment.
The not-for-profit has stepped in to save the downtown structure, built in 1927 and believed to be the third-oldest restaurant constructed by the burger chain.
A specialist in terra cotta will assess the integrity of the structures and suggest options that could range from on-site reinforcement and preservation to off-site storage and eventual reconstruction.
Unemployment for black people in Indiana stood at 7.7 percent in the first quarter of 2016 versus 4.4 percent for white people.
“We’re not a household name, but we’re in every household,” said CEO Jonathan Rich. “We are ubiquitous in consumer disposables.”
The gift is part of a new, 10-year lease agreement the city is close to signing with the Indiana Repertory Theatre, which calls for IRT to provide building upkeep by paying into a fund in lieu of rent.
Indianapolis has joined about a dozen cities in hiring a California startup to develop a portal designed to help small business owners cut through red tape.
City Securities Corp. has agreed to pay $250,000 as part of an industry-wide settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission over disclosure shortfalls in municipal bond offerings.
U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Baker has sentenced former Center Township CFO Alan Mizen to 18 months in prison for stealing more than $340,000 in public funds.
Angie's List CEO Bill Oesterle, a Republican who gave at least $150,000 to help elect Gov. Mike Pence, on Saturday explained why Pence and Republican state lawmakers left him no choice but to call off his company's $40 million Indianapolis headquarters expansion.
Former Indy Land Bank director Reggie Walton opted to take the stand in his own defense in federal court this week, and prosecutors took the opportunity to use his words against him.
Former Indy Land Bank director Reggie Walton wasn't the initial target of an undercover FBI agent who came to town in 2012. But Walton, 33, managed to talk himself into a federal indictment that could put him in prison for 20 years.