Rev. Gray Lesesne is bringing the lessons learned from creating a church from scratch to his new post as dean and rector of Christ Church Cathedral on Monument Circle.
The downtown Claddagh opened in 2000 and was the first location in a chain that at one time numbered as many as 17 locations around the Midwest. Most if not all of its locations have since closed.
Stitch Fix Inc., a fast-growing and publicly traded firm that uses artificial intelligence to help online shoppers assemble personalized wardrobes, plans to hire as many as 980 workers for new warehousing operations in the Plainfield area.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. has pledged $8 million in conditional tax credits to San Francisco-based Stitch Fix, based on its hiring plans.
Greg Weaver’s responsibilities in the IBJ newsroom’s No. 2 leadership position will include coordinating its daily news coverage and e-newsletters, handling social media accounts and editing stories for the weekly print edition.
The sprawling site includes more than 400,000 square feet of office, industrial and showroom space that was vacated after the consumer electronics retailer ceased operations in 2017.
Recently acquired by a private equity fund, Sun Country Airlines has added dozens of leisure-oriented routes and currently serves more than 50 destinations.
The owner of the 45-year-old mainstay recently informed its landlord that it didn’t want to renew its lease, which expired in December.
The 1.1 million-square-foot tower is arguably the most prestigious office address in the city, but the pandemic has exacerbated already-pressing questions about the future of traditional office space.
Founded in 2018, Agrozen Life Sciences has diversified its offerings to include federally certified laboratory testing and plans to ramp up plant cultivation at its new digs.
Indiana health officials have erred in reporting the state’s COVID-19 positivity rate since the beginning of the pandemic due to a problem with the way it was computed, resulting in a lower rate than would be accurate, officials said Tuesday.
In an unusual show of solidarity, officials from several major Indianapolis-area health care systems held a joint press conference Monday afternoon to issue dire warnings about the most recent surge in COVID-19 cases and explain how their facilities and staffs are close to becoming overwhelmed.
The Indianapolis area’s most active home builder is bringing one of its frequent collaborators in-house to help develop more lots.
Hoosiers have been hearing Paul Mendenhall’s your-buddy-next-door voice for more than 40 years over a long string of radio frequencies. Now he’s retiring after nearly 20 years at WTTS-FM 92.3.
Gov. Eric Holcomb also indicated that the five-stage system charting the state’s recovery would be retired. The state has been in the final stage—Stage 5—since September, which marked the beginning of a second wave of infections, hospitalizations and deaths.
The state’s largest hunger-relief organization has in recent years dramatically increased the amount of produce, dairy products, lean meats and other perishables it provides.
The complexity of addressing food insecurity in central Indiana has grown since March, according to experts at IBJ’s “Hunger & Health” event on Friday.
State economic development officials have pledged more than $8 million in tax credits if Aptiv can meet its hiring goals, but neither they nor the firm will share other details about the project.
The full-time jobs are available through the holidays, but top performers could be offered permanent positions based in Greenfield.