The company cited automation and changes in its operational needs for the decision not to build the facility, which was to employ 450 workers.
FlexePark has five lots—three in Broad Ripple, one in Mass Ave and one in Bloomington—that are available to parkers for $4 to $10 during evening and overnight hours.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is asking lawmakers to clarify that the state’s sales tax doesn’t apply to software provided on the cloud. But that’s not the only tech-related legislation introduced at the General Assembly.
Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Next Level Trust Fund, which designates $250 million for venture capital, also made our list.
If approved by the Indiana Gaming Commission, Indiana Horse Racing Commission and other regulators, Las Vegas-based Caesars would own four of Indiana’s five largest casinos, when measured by gambling revenue.
The Iron Yard closed all its coding schools across the country, including one in Indianapolis, but Kenzie Academy opened this fall downtown.
Salesforce put its name and logo on the former Chase Tower in April, after announcing a year before that it would add 800 workers in the city by 2021.
Tech-consulting firm Infosys Ltd. said in May that it would open an $8.7 million tech and innovation hub in the Indianapolis area.
Colorado-based ANGI Homeservices Inc. debuted on Oct. 2, completing New York-based IAC’s $505 million acquisition of Angie’s List, which it then merged with its HomeAdvisor brand into the new publicly traded company. The Angie’s List brand survived the merger (as did the HomeAdvisor brand), although the Indianapolis operation suffered deep cuts. From January through the […]
Owner John Vassallo plans to open Nook in February with a highly-educated staff that can help diners learn how foods impact their bodies.
More than half of the students in Kenzie Academy’s first coding class—launching in January—will finance their education using income-share agreements, a concept that has been lauded by Purdue President Mitch Daniels.
Indiana-based BoxUp lets consumers customize cardboard boxes with their own logos, photos and designs and then order small (or large) quantities with a few clicks of the mouse.
The Las Vegas-based gambling giant will seek approval from the Indiana Gaming Commission and other regulators to take over Centaur, which owns the casinos and their horse tracks.
Ray Henderson, who operates the boutique advisory firm Lessons Learned Ventures LLC, said he has joined the board of VeriCite as chairman with plans to “build the business in Indiana.”
That compares to $30 million the Indianapolis business community contributed in cash and in-kind services to support the 2012 Super Bowl held at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The VR system will allow customers to use an Oculus Rift headset to virtually explore a closet or other space designed specifically for them.
Design on Tap, which just moved to the Station Place building downtown, uses a flat organizational structure to ensure each employee is valued equally.
Whether you prefer Prime beef, Black Angus or Wagyu, or want your steak served sizzling in butter (see Ruth's Chris) or carved at your table (see Fogo de Chao), there's something here for everyone.
Through the first 14 home games this season, the Indiana Fever’s attendance averaged 7,427—a 13 percent decrease from last year.