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.
Duke Realty Corp. slightly exceeded analyst expectations on one financial performance measure in the third quarter while barely missing on another.
The U.S. Labor Department said unemployment rates were relatively stable in most states in July.
The company on Thursday announced the launch of an operating segment called KAR Remarketing Services.
Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. on Monday reported profit and revenue in the second quarter that exceeded the expectations of stock analysts.
Kite Realty Group Trust on Wednesday reported second-quarter financial results that topped Wall Street expectations.
The Indianapolis-based real estate company exceeded expectations in a key financial category and posted huge earnings thanks to the sale of its medical office business.
Angie’s List CEO Scott Durchslag said the financial performance was in line with the expectations of HomeAdvisor, which is in the process of acquiring Angie’s List for about $505 million.
The national headquarters of a men's fraternity plans to move from Missouri to Indiana, officials confirmed Tuesday.
Existing-home sales in central Indiana ticked up 1.4 percent in April while rising for the 17th month out of the last 18.
The engine maker’s profit and revenue in the first quarter beat the expectations of analysts.
Simon Property Group CEO David Simon said he was pleased with first quarter results, considering the “current choppy retail environment.”
The security-product maker’s first-quarter financial results topped analyst expectations.
Kite Realty Group Trust saw higher revenue and better-than-expected funds from operations in the first quarter, but profit slipped.
The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust saw higher revenue and profit in the most recent period.
The department store chain announced Feb. 24 that it planned to close about 14 percent of its locations. On Friday, the retailer unveiled a list of 138 stores that were on the chopping block.
Gander Mountain is closing two stores in Indiana, including one of its Indianapolis-area locations, as part of a bankruptcy restructuring plan that will close 32 stores overall.
KAR Auction Services Inc. missed Wall Street expectations with its fourth-quarter earnings despite revenue that exceeded predictions.