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.
Los Arroyos Mexican Restaurant and Take Out, which opened a Carmel restaurant in 2016, is branching out with plans for a location near the mouth of Mass Ave.
Curators cleared all of the artifacts from the Col. Eli Lilly Civil War Museum in 2018 after a leak in the Soldiers and Sailors Monument’s basement endangered the collection.
This fall, Percy Bland Jr. also accepted a two-year volunteer appointment by the City-County Council to the Marion County Board of Zoning Appeals.
The national fast-casual salad chain is in expansion mode as it prepares to become a public company. Filings with the state show that it’s also considering a downtown Indianapolis location.
Indianapolis-based developer Midland Atlantic Properties recently acquired a high-profile piece of property in a bustling retail corridor for the project, to be dubbed The Greenfield Market.
After a years-long search for a compatible site, the state intends to build the 50,000-square-foot building on state-owned land in a primarily residential area.
The restaurant at 148 S. Illinois St. is family-, women- and minority-owned, according to an announcement of the closure. Its owners say they plan to return with a new project soon.
The publicly traded firm is on a tear, having added 153 wing-and-tender spots in 2020. Its downtown eatery will join several that already ring the city.
The company, recently formed to consolidate several prominent athletic gear brands, plans to invest nearly $19 million in the new facility. The state has pledged $5 million in economic development incentives.
The ownership group, headed by former Scotty’s Brewhouse owner Scott Wise, has agreed to lease a 2,500-square-foot space in a retail center that recently underwent a transformation.
Jace Swims built a tech career on the West Coast, but the pandemic brought him back to Indianapolis. He since has turned his passion for tropical fish into an entrepreneurial venture.
Slated to open this fall, Our Table American Bistro will have an aesthetic that co-owners Joe and Ginger Miller call “Napa Valley meets Bargersville farmhouse.”
The veteran TV journalist is retiring after a 36-year career that took her around the country covering national stories. Her departure is the latest in a spate of exits from the local NBC affiliate.
The arts-and-nature campus at 4000 Michigan Road appears to be the first major cultural attraction in the city to require masks indoors for all staff and guests since the most recent surge in COVID-19 cases began.
Following the death of her infant daughter in 2019 and a summer of soul searching, the high-profile anchor says she feels drawn in another direction.
Swayed by the station’s sterling reputation and the size of the media market, Jefferson has accepted an offer to be a general assignment reporter for a station in Texas.