The fast-growing social media analytics company has opened a downtown office and chosen two locals to lead its product and sales divisions.
Carmel-based Allos Ventures led the latest venture capital round for the company, which creates Web-based corporate training software.
Central Indiana employers with open tech positions are having a tough time getting their interns to accept job offers. A new study questions whether the pay is adequate.
CNO Financial Group looks nothing like it did five years ago. CNO stock recently traded around $17.50 a share, led in part by five consecutive years of profit. It has sold or spun off the last of its risky books of business acquired during go-go years, and it’s on the cusp of a significant bond-rating milestone.
The deal gives First Merchants a stronger foothold in affluent Hamilton County, and a total of 107 locations in three states.
ZergNet.com, an Indianapolis-based Internet company that can claim billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban as its seed funder, has added more financial backers.
The Internet company that claims Dallas Mavericks owner and “Shark Tank” dealmaker Mark Cuban as its seed funder has added more financial backers.
West Lafayette-based Caktus Music Inc. has developed a smartphone application that allows access to music content from multiple sources, including streaming services and personal music libraries, all integrated into one place.
Shares of Stonegate Mortgage Corp. sank 18 percent in trading Thursday after the firm reported third-quarter losses of $1.7 million and missed Wall Street estimates by a wide margin.
Publisher Steve Forbes tells IBJ why Indianapolis will host a national conference on innovation, why Gov. Mike Pence would make a good presidential candidate, and how the GOP should advance its agenda.
Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. lost money in the third quarter, but shares rose Monday night and Tuesday morning after results beat Wall Street estimates.
Financial Center Federal Credit Union is pursuing a state charter in hopes of becoming a bigger player in Indiana’s financial services sector, a move that echoes a recent national trend of credit unions opting for state charters over federal ones.
A Fishers-based tech startup in the home-services industry said Tuesday that it has raised $1.03 million in venture capital, including seed funding from a pair of well-known Indiana investment groups.