The Columbus-based engine manufacturer posted revenue of $6.13 billion in the second quarter, up 21 percent from the same period of 2017.
Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration wants Taft Stettinius & Hollister to continue with its investigation into his Democratic predecessor’s administration.
The owner of two horse track casinos near Indianapolis is preparing to pay a $50 million state fee as part of its sale to casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corp.
The Indiana-based engine manufacturer reported a 21 percent jump in revenue, to $5.57 billion.
The Indianapolis-based transmission manufacturer reported higher-than-expected revenue and profit in the latest period.
Shopping center giant Simon Property Group Inc. on Friday reported a strong first quarter that exceeded analyst predictions.
The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust exceeded analyst expectations for revenue and funds from operations.
Shares in Finish Line Inc.—which this week agreed to be acquired by British retailer JD Sports Fashion Plc for $558 million—tumbled Thursday morning after the Indianapolis-based retailer reported a sharp quarterly decline in same-store sales.
Carmel-based KAR Auction Services Inc. saw profit and revenue jump in the fourth quarter, topping Wall Street expectations in both categories.
The Indianapolis-based manufacturer exceeded Wall Street expectations in both earnings and sales in the latest quarter.
The new price was determined in an eminent domain proceeding after owners turned down a much smaller offer for the 70-acre property.
The Colts had scheduled a press conference for Wednesday to announce Josh McDaniels' hiring.
Local government officials and economic development experts expressed excitement Thursday about the selection of Indianapolis as a finalist for Amazon’s second headquarters, while acknowledging there’s a long way to go to land the grand prize.
The local store closure will leave Indianapolis with just one remaining Kmart.
Department store chain Macy’s Inc. announced plans Thursday morning to close seven more stores nationally, including one in Indiana.
Republican Brandt Hershman, chairman of the Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee, says he will be joining Barnes & Thornburg’s Washington D.C. office.
A report released Monday by the Indiana Office of Tourism Development says travel, tourism and hospitality generated a record $2.9 billion in taxes in 2016, up 5.6 percent from 2015.