The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art plans to move out of its headquarters gallery in the Murphy Arts Center by the end of the year to make room for an expansion of bar and music venue Hi-Fi and other building renovations.
Heather Ramsey was just looking for a place where her young vocal students could perform for their parents and grandparents when she leased a 60-year-old former machine shop in Carmel’s Arts & Design District. Now, it’s one of the region’s hottest places to see seasoned recording artists perform intimate shows.
The contract, announced Friday, is the first labor agreement the musicians have approved since 2006 to contain an overall wage increase.
Ed Wenck, former radio personality and current managing editor for Nuvo, is leaving after less than three years at the alternative weekly for a quieter career out of the public spotlight.
In a blow to local sports fans, WRTV Channel 6 is shutting down its Hometown Sports & News network and replacing it with a national syndicated network called Grit that features a lineup of action movies and westerns.
The foreclosure lawsuit is the latest legal problem for the 43-year-old retailer, which is still trying to pay off debt from a Chapter 11 bankruptcy it filed in 2011.
Three top executives of Baldwin & Lyons Inc.—who spent a combined 124 years with the Carmel-based trucking insurer—have suddenly "retired" after clashing for months with the board's executive chairman.
Andy Mohr Automotive Group has agreed to pay about $1.3 million to buy 17.6 acres of land from the Indianapolis Airport Authority at Interstate 465 and West Washington Street for a new dealership.
The former employees filed two lawsuits Tuesday alleging Indianapolis-based Angie’s List systematically withheld payment for overtime hours they worked during various periods from 2010 to this year.
Southfield, Michigan-based Diversified Restaurant Holdings Inc. said it shut down eight of its 26 Bagger Dave’s restaurants in all, including seven in Indiana. It said the restaurants were losing money.
A New York-based hedge fund has increased its stake in Angie’s List Inc. to an "activist position" and says it wants to have input with management about the strategic direction of the company, including the choice of a new CEO and a possible sale of the business.
One of the city's largest and oldest office parks has been sold. Castleton Park, a 120-acre property containing 31 office buildings, was acquired by New York-based Group RMC, a real estate management company.
Christopher LaMothe, who led the Indiana Chamber of Commerce as president from 1992 to 2002, has been named CEO of Elevate Ventures, a not-for-profit investment group that runs the Indiana Angel Network Fund.
The 6,000-square-foot facility in North by Northeast Shopping Center will not interfere with Sun King’s hopes to open a much larger brewery and event center about a half-mile away. The bigger facility is on hold while legislators debate a bill over brewery production limits.
Angie’s List Inc. said Saturday that it is canceling plans for a major expansion to its east-side headquarters “as a result of the passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.” The project was expected to create 1,300 jobs by the end of 2019.
Thomas J. Buck, who spent 34 years at the local office of Merrill Lynch while becoming one of the country’s top financial advisers, suddenly split from the firm last week.
Carmel-based WCA Group LLC has acquired Williams Comfort Air and Mr. Plumber from Defender Direct, which wants to concentrate on its core business of security and home automation.