Merger and acquisition stories can seem straightforward enough, but they’re often complicated by the companies’ decisions to keep the financial terms confidential, the desire of the parties to control the message to their employees and customers, and the emotions inevitably wrapped up in these transactions.
The Indiana Gaming Commission filed a response Thursday in Marion Superior Court to a lawsuit filed last month by seven investors in Spectacle Entertainment, the parent company of two casinos in Gary and a casino under construction in Terre Haute.
Auction Frontier sells a cloud-based software called Velocicast that is the backbone of KAR’s live, online auto auctions.
Todd Rokita says that only he—or an attorney he authorizes—can file a lawsuit on behalf of the state. Plus, he argues that lawmakers can’t be sued during a legislative session.
The Indiana Digital Crossroads program will create regional data science hubs throughout the state that are meant to bring undergraduate college students, faculty, business leaders and high school students together to help prepare workers for future jobs.
And so Whitten might initially seem like a surprising choice. But of course, Whitten’s career has been about more than the three years she spent at Kennesaw State. In fact, her resume is filled with schools that are IU’s peers.
Board members said Whitten’s success in fundraising, enrollment growth and improving diversity among students and faculty were key to their decision to choose her after a national search.
Acknowledging mistakes and correcting them quickly is key to rebuilding trust with skeptical or frustrated readers.
Cargo traditionally operates out of a shipping container that it is moving to Fountain Square, but for now, it’s in a pop-up shop in the former Pearings Cafe in downtown Indianapolis. IBJ talked with Porter—who owns the clothing brand Komäfi—about how business is going.
At a time when Indianapolis could use every single dollar a visitor wants to spend, I’m happy to have teams whose fans are within a few hours’ drive of the city.
If you haven’t been downtown for a while, this might be good time to make the trip. Check out the art set up throughout downtown. Check out the Indiana-themed pop-up store on Meridian Street. Breathe in some of that joyful air!
The Indianapolis Colts are among the 50 companies that have donated money to the Indy Championships Fund to help bring three huge sports events to Indianapolis: the NCAA Tournament underway now, the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2022 and the NBA All-Star Game in 2024. But the Colts have done more than donate. Pete Ward, the team’s chief operating officer, is on the fund’s board as well as the board of the Indiana Sports Corp., which is coordinating the effort.
Hundreds of people—many of them in town for the Big Ten men’s and women’s tournaments—turned Georgia Street into a destination again, hitting the bars, riding scooters and listening to bands.
Landlords had been worried not just that tenants wouldn’t be able to stomach rent increases in 2020 but that they might not be able to pay their rents at all as the pandemic wore on. But collections remained strong,
We were so fortunate not to be hit financially by the pandemic. Now, there’s nothing I want to do more than go spend some of that cash in the restaurants and other businesses that make Indianapolis a place I love living.
The shop is owned by a three-woman team that offers full interior design services in addition to less expensive in-home consultations and design boards.
I don’t know whether the legislation at issue—which addresses school district boundaries—is a good idea. I don’t know whether the Democrats’ description was spot on or was an exaggeration. But I know this: Booing another lawmaker who is making a sincere argument at the podium is never appropriate.
Chef Vlad Victor Bora classically trained in French cuisine, has cooked in corporate settings, on a cruise ship and in hotels. But Bora, who was born in Romania, says his newest gig as executive chef at the Ronald McDonald House in Indianapolis is more like Food Network’s “Chopped.”