The Indianapolis Opera plans to cancel the fourth and final show of its season amid ongoing financial issues, multiple sources close to the organization said Tuesday morning.
Citizens Energy Group has won state approval to raise water rates for Indianapolis customers, but not before being taken to task for excessive executive compensation.
Bloomington, Lafayette metro areas are not capitalizing fully on tech transfer from their universities.
Unbelievable as it would have sounded even a few years ago, Purdue and IU now both produce more startup companies annually than most of the schools at the heart of the famed entrepreneurial hubs in Colorado, Utah and North Carolina.
Privately owned businesses in Indiana will be able to raise investments online as part of a bill on the way to Gov. Mike Pence’s desk.
The state’s Office of the Utility Consumer Counselor is trying to put the brakes on Duke Energy Indiana’s request for $1.5 million related to expenses at its Edwardsport coal-gasification plant.
Dow AgroSciences LLC is spending millions of dollars and racking up hundreds of patents as its expands ever deeper in the burgeoning global market for genetically modified crops and pesticides.
Mechanical problems caused Duke Energy Indiana’s $3.5 billion power plant in Edwardsport to generate a mere 4 percent of its maximum capacity in January.
KAR Auction Services Inc. expects to spend as much as $125 million on technology this year as its focus continues to shift to the Web and apps.
Industry goliaths in Silicon Valley have thrown lavish perks at employees for years. As employment in Indianapolis tech firms has skyrocketed in recent years, a lot more companies are looking for workers, heating up competition.
The Indianapolis-based fundraising-software developer claims it is the victim of cybersquatting, according to a federal lawsuit it filed against InterMediaOne and InterMediaOne-AGM.
Joe Kuntz will help the cloud-services firm explore new markets. Its recent move into data recovery has sparked plans to increase headcount by about 50 percent.
Midcontinent Independent System Operator Inc.’s recent expansion into the South has thrust the Carmel group into a dispute over whether it has to pay for using another firm’s power lines.
Lack of transmission lines keeps green energy from flowing to the Midwest.