250ok Inc., which employs about 55 people, will be the fifth major acquisition in the last two years for Boston-based Validity Inc.
Arriving from Pennsylvania’s capital city, the veteran manager will take over newsrooms that suffered job cuts late last year.
Bitar is a finalist for the GoFly Prize, a $2 million competition in Mountain View, California, sponsored by Boeing for creating an aircraft that can carry a 200-pound person 20 miles without refueling or recharging.
The sale of the 6.6-acre property included the 57,000-square-foot store on Keystone Avenue. Traders Point Christian Church plans to create an 800-seat auditorium and spaces for children and teens.
To expedite the top-to-bottom transformation, owner Ross Bailey plans to close the 3,500-square-foot establishment in the Conrad Indianapolis’ lobby for at least six weeks.
The $157 million mixed-use project slated for the Nickel Plate District in Fishers is expected to include a five-story, 116-unit hotel under Hilton’s high-end Tapestry Collection brand.
The Santa Express quickly has achieved the status of north-side holiday tradition, although families come from across the state.
SalesLoft plans to maintain Costello’s Indianapolis office—albeit with new branding—and keep all 11 of its employees.
Hulman & Co. Chairman Tony George—the son of Mari Hulman George—and CEO Mark Miles have scheduled an 11 a.m. press conference with Penske Chairman Roger Penske at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The International Marketplace Coalition has purchased a former Value City Furniture location on Lafayette Road to serve as a focal point for the district, which includes more than 100 restaurants.
By the end of the year, Recovery Force plans to seek FDA clearance for the system for hospitals that helps patients regain mobility. Sales could begin in mid-2020.
Top executive Leigh Riley Evans plans to leave Mapleton Fall Creek Development Corp. later this fall after helping shepherd a $60 million project.
Founded in 1993, Orchard has grown to become the seventh-largest software development firm in the Indianapolis area, with 275 employees and $40 million in revenue for 2018.
Severely wounded while serving in the Middle East, Jeff Mittman underwent dozens of surgeries and years of rehab while trying to figure out how he could again provide for his family.
In 1914, Charles Brenner started manufacturing his first products—fiber board suitcases and traveling bags—in a factory on the south side of Indianapolis. A sign now posted inside Brenner Luggage’s last retail location says it’s closed permanently.
About the size of a tailgate-party beer cooler, the robots can cross streets, climb curbs, travel at night and operate in both rain and snow. The service from a San Francisco-base startup launched Monday.
The move is part of the firm’s previously announced plans to reorganize distribution for its pizza and ice cream products to a warehouse model.
Husband-and-wife duo Kirk and Sharon Boller founded Bottom-Line Performance in 1995 and grew it to more than 30 employees serving a national client base.
IBJ Podcast: Country clubs make updates from age of Cadillacs and ‘Caddyshack’ to attract millennials
Country clubs across the Indy area are in the midst of a transformation as the latest generation of breadwinners decide how they want to spend their leisure time and disposable incomes.