The global cloud-computing giant revealed on Wednesday a major restructuring plan that will lay off about 10% of its employees and shrink its real estate footprint.
Dunham, a 57-year-old Greenwood-based distributor, fabricator and manufacturer with locations in Shelbyville and Fort Wayne, was purchased by Belt Power LLC.
Interest in new homes in central Indiana continued to slow dramatically last month, according to the latest statistics from the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis.
The list—based on the number of times readers clicked on stories—includes several other real estate stories as well, including the future plans for Christel DeHaan’s former estate and a fitness chain’s plans to move into a former Marsh store.
Topping the list is IBJ arts reporter Dave Lindquist’s interview with Tom Griswold of “The Bob & Tom Show,” who talks about working with his sons (one on the air and one off), recovering from heart surgery and the future of the iconic radio program.
Central Indiana awoke Friday morning to less snow than feared, but subzero temperatures and strong wind gusts still closed many area holiday attractions and created slick but passable roads.
The two gifts totaling $7.5 million from longtime supporters will be put toward development and construction of a performing arts center proposed for The Village, a business and culture district adjacent to campus.
A trade group that promotes clean energy, Indianapolis, Bloomington, Walmart, Salesforce and Cummins were among those issuing a letter urging the utilities to offer more options to large energy customers to receive their electricity from renewable energy.
Beech Grove Mayor Dennis Buckley announced Wednesday that he will serve out his current term, which ends Jan. 1, 2024, and then retire from public service.
Soulbrain MI, a subsidiary of South Korea-based Soulbrain Holdings, announced Tuesday it will hire 75 employees for the 30,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Kokomo.
OrthoIndy will nearly triple the size of its Lafayette presence with the addition of seven orthopedic surgeons in April and expects to announce plans for a new clinic and surgery center in Tippecanoe County in 2024.
Sales have now fallen on a year-over-year basis for the past 10 months and have seen double-digit percentage decreases for five straight months.
Crouch will be seeking the Republican nomination to succeed Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, who is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term.
The Central Indiana Corporate Partnership announced Thursday that Cummins Inc. executive and former Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Melina Kennedy has been named the organization’s new CEO.
Head coach Jeff Brohm is 36-34 at Purdue, leading the Boilermakers to four bowl appearances and three winning seasons.
UN Communications Group, founded in 1975, will retain its staff and continue to operate in Carmel.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris has been with the CICF for more than six years, most recently as vice president of people, culture & brand.
Community Health Network, Franciscan Health Indianapolis, Ascension St. Vincent, Indiana University Health and Eskenazi Health are implementing the temporary restrictions at the request of the Marion County Public Health Department.
Former state senator Luke Kenley and Dr. Kristina Box, Indiana state health commissioner, break down their big ask of the Indiana Legislature: Increase public health spending by $242 million per year.