Eli Simon, whose grandfather and great-uncles founded Simon Property Group more than a half-century ago, is quietly emerging as a key executive in the retail real estate empire.
The Indianapolis-based chain, which previously announced plans to convert from table service service, now says it will cut costs further through “advanced self-service”
Jim Cochran, who is serving a 25-year prison sentence for his role in the Fair Finance fraud, says he has undergone a religious conversion that no longer makes him a risk to society.
The fate of a Steak n Shake that has been a fixture in Nora for more than 40 years may rest on how much slack a local judge will give the Indianapolis-based company. But a court ruling against the company could clear the way for a new Crew Carwash.
The two highest-paid executives departed the powerful education not-for-profit in recent months, an indication the Indianapolis-based organization is rethinking aspects of its strategy.
Board members said Whitten’s success in fundraising, enrollment growth and improving diversity among students and faculty were key to their decision to choose her after a national search.
The Indianapolis-based company has declared itself debt-free, but the lenders say they’re owed more than $8.5 million.
Eli Lilly and Co. included in its proxy statement an intricate graphic breaking down the presence of women and minorities in its overall workforce and in management.
The latest salvo was fired by Keith Stucker, an Indianapolis investment adviser who started Pier 48 with Fred Knipscheer, a former hockey player who entered the restaurant business more than a decade ago.
Protective Insurance Corp. soon will disappear from Indiana’s public company rolls, and part of the reason is Steve Shapiro, a guy you probably have never heard of.
A two-year courtship that pitted Indianapolis against some of the largest U.S. cities culminated in the May 1997 announcement that Indianapolis had snagged the headquarters.
The trustee liquidating the grocery chain this month asked the court to close the case, saying he had wrapped up the process of selling off assets and turning proceeds over to creditors.
The media landscape is in the throes of dramatic change that creates uncertainty but also adds to the value of events like the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament that attract huge live audiences.
The past year has been awful for Carmel-based Invesque, as COVID-19 hurt the full gamut of its health care real estate portfolio, from nursing homes and office buildings to memory-care and assisted-living centers.
Indie Asset Partners customers are upset that the hedge fund, which was supposed to spread out funds to dozens of money managers, instead concentrated the money with a single manager whose performance tanked early last year.
The struggling Indianapolis-based company lacks the cash to pay off a $153 million loan that comes due March 19. It also has been exploring out-of-court solutions.
If you follow the daily drumbeat of news emanating out of Lilly Corporate Center, you might not grasp how phenomenally well the company is poised to perform in the coming years.
Paying a half-billion-dollar settlement might seem painful, but health care observers say resulting changes to Blue Cross Blue Shield rules are so favorable to Anthem’s growth prospects that the deal is a huge win.
A nontraditional way to take companies public is booming on Wall Street, leading to an unprecedented explosion of deals.