As black people progress in society and climb new heights in media, business and more, it brings a false sense of accomplishment that the work is done. Far from it.
Kim Brand’s venture into the 3D-printing world has led him deep into the education world, and he has some strong opinions about how it works and what it needs.
Besides making a $100,000 investment in the winner of Thursday’s pitch competition, the AOL co-founder will visit a variety of companies, co-working spaces and landmarks throughout the day.
Former Pacers star Antonio Davis is among the leaders of Playbook Investors Network, which helps support and provide access to capital for minority-owned supplier firms.
Former Pacers big man Antonio Davis is among a cohort of athletes behind an investing platform that targets investments in minority-owned supplier companies.
Indianapolis-based 250ok had shunned venture-capital suitors for years—until a North Dakota-based venture capital firm emailed it with the right message.
The 17.5-acre campus on East Washington Street is made up of 41 parcels with 25 buildings, 1,000 parking spaces and 190,000 square feet of office space. Parent company ANGI Homeservices would like to sell it to a single buyer if possible.
Cummins is partnering with the software giant to open a pilot data center site powered by on-site natural gas fuel cells. The effort could pave the way for data centers to go off the grid.
Dozens of small businesses have been helped by microloans—smaller than $50,000—from the Indy Chamber’s Business Ownership Initiative.
After buying a 50 percent stake in TradeRev for $30 million in 2014, Carmel-based KAR Auction Services said Tuesday that it has acquired the remaining shares in the company for a sum that could balloon to $125 million.
The company, which sells software for on-site audio marketing, intends to spend $3.7 million to triple its office footprint in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District.
In an interview with IBJ, ANGI Homeservices CEO Chris Terrill said layoffs at Angie’s List will be done soon and real estate decisions are still being made. He also discussed what he sees as the merged company’s biggest strength.
The startup, founded by serial entrepreneur Don Brown, has hashed out a deal that it gives it access to a broad range of intellectual property.
Former Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle said he created TMap to help employers tailor messages to people in the state’s “potential” workforce, which includes non-residents with Hoosier ties.
Developing and selling cutting-edge products is tough. Doing so for the marijuana industry, which is illegal at the federal level, is even tougher.