While the United States issued a better-than-expected jobs report Thursday morning, Indiana reported a spike in initial unemployment claims that defied reasonable expectations.
The company, which provides workforce management services, said it is investing $15.1 million overall to acquire and renovate the 165,000-square-foot building, where it will move 130 employees.
Peter Dunn has launched Hey Money, a financial help subscription service that targets “consumers who don’t yet have the wherewithal to hire a fee-based money adviser.”
The nearly 9-year-old radio show, which filled the 3 p.m.-to-7 p.m. drive-time spot on WNDE-AM 1260, was hosted by Jake Query and Derek Schultz.
The sale of the 6.6-acre property included the 57,000-square-foot store on Keystone Avenue. Traders Point Christian Church plans to create an 800-seat auditorium and spaces for children and teens.
Trends International LLC announced Thursday that it has already launched three different posters featuring the Baby Yoda that can be purchased online in time for Christmas. Several other products will roll out after Jan. 1.
The chain, which specializes in organic and natural food, plans to close its stores in Carmel, Noblesville and Greenwood on Jan. 11.
In addition to numerous criminal charges, the former chief operating officer and chief financial officer of Indianapolis-based Celadon Group are facing a civil suit filed Thursday by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Nick, the son of Hubbard & Cravens Coffee and Tea co-founder Rick Hubbard, went into banking after graduating from Miami University of Ohio in 2003 and thought he’d stay there. Now he’s president.
The Indianapolis area’s largest credit union is joining a small but growing movement in the financial services industry by agreeing to acquire a community bank.
Journey Holding Corp.—formed this year through the merger of fast-growing Indianapolis-based tech company DoubleMap Inc. and Salt Lake City-based Ride Systems LLC—is being acquired by a transit-systems technology unit of Ford Motor Co.
Asbury Automotive Group, the nation’s seventh-largest auto retailer, now has made four acquisitions in the Indianapolis area totaling more than a quarter-billion dollars since 2017. Butler is being rebranded as part of the purchase.
The corporate owner of many of the remaining Scotty’s Brewhouse restaurants said it had closed all of its operations. The decision leaves less than a handful of independently owned Scotty’s locations.
A Carmel-based plaintiff has filed a lawsuit against Krieg DeVault, alleging the Indianapolis-based law firm’s failure to file a property deed in 2003 in a transaction involving defunct retailer HHGregg could now cost the real estate company millions of dollars.
The separation of KAR Auction Services and Insurance Auto Auctions is already creating shareholder value, CEO Jim Hallett said.
City of Indianapolis officials on Wednesday decided to add more stores to a yet-to-be-launched food-insecurity program after learning that a Walmart Neighborhood Market on the far-east side was preparing to close.
Bales is among a growing number of entrepreneurs trying to get in on the ground floor of what is being called the “green rush.”
Steak n Shake is already on the hook for $7.7 million judgment after a jury found the burger chain improperly failed to pay overtime to 286 restaurant managers. Meanwhile, plaintiffs in an even larger second lawsuit are taking aim at CEO Sardar Biglari.
Tire Discounters Inc., which has grown into one of the country’s largest independent tire dealers over the past decade, is rolling into the Indianapolis area this year with multiple locations.