A private-equity investment announced in January is driving growth at Modular Devices Acquisition LLC, which manufactures and leases mobile and modular medical labs and cleanrooms.
The Fort Harrison Reuse Authority has offered a 3.8-acre parcel of land to developer Keystone Group for $10 as an incentive to go ahead with the project.
Hazen has distinguished himself for his work in road safety, donating hundreds of bike lights to a local cycling organization and passing them out for free to transit customers with bikes.
With Purdue Polytechnic High School now planning to stay in the Broad Ripple High School building long-term, Keystone Group is redesigning the project it planned next to the village’s parking garage that would have contained Purdue Polytechnic’s campus.
David Dimmett, formerly the group’s chief impact officer, took on the interim role after former leader Vince Bertram retired this spring.
Host Mason King asks Collier about his long-term goals, his success in fundraising and improving Butler athletic facilities, and Butler’s transition to the Big East.
The longtime principal pops conductor for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra plans to stick with the ISO for another four years before retiring his full-time baton.
Tony Dzwonar had just wrapped up three consecutive terms on the Washington Township school board—serving from 2008 to late 2020—and was looking for a way to spend his extra free time. Then he remembered that the district—like most school corporations—needed bus drivers.
Leslie Bailey believed so much in her concept for a women-focused co-working and networking haven that she wasn’t interested in expending the energy to find investors—especially when women-led businesses historically get so little attention from funders.
The acquisition across from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s main entrance on 16th Street gives track officials a large swath of contiguous land for reimagining the corridor.
This is a particularly challenging time for the statewide not-for-profit, which helps place children with foster-care families and provides a wide gamut of services to help support vulnerable parents and children, facilitate adoptions and prevent child abuse.
Idaline Kesner is the first woman to lead the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, which has 14,471 enrollees in Bloomington, Indianapolis and online.
The university hopes to bolster the declining business-and-culture district by creating a center for theater and dance and green-lighting an Ohio firm to develop a hotel, apartments, retail spots, and spaces for office and research work.
When Rick Alvis took the top job in 1990, the not-for-profit had 17 employees and a budget of $700,000. Today, Wheeler has approximately 175 employees and an annual budget of nearly $16 million.
The partnership of private firms that operates Indianapolis’ parking meters plans to raise the hourly rate for nearly half of its 4,211 spaces.
Milisavljevic, 42, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Purdue University, orchestrated a proposal for the James Webb Space Telescope, which launched in late December as the high-powered successor to the legendary Hubble Space Telescope.
Ann Murtlow has been one of the Indy area’s most visible and influential female corporate leaders for nearly two decades, and she led several significant organizational changes at the United Way.
3C Labs LLC, a cannabinoid research and manufacturing firm, intends to invest $1.5 million in expanding its Indy-area operations, according to a contract with the Indiana Economic Development Corp.
Indiana’s tech sector hit a red-hot cycle of mergers and acquisitions, pushing the number of deals well past marks set in 2018, 2019 and 2020 by the end of 2021’s third quarter. Experts said the M&A activity spoke to how the state’s tech sector had matured, as well as the gobs of cash burning holes in investors’ pockets.