The banking software-maker has been purchased in a deal that was five months in the making.
Elizabeth Schlueter started out in Fort Wayne and rose through a series of promotions that landed her not on Wall
Street but in Indianapolis.
As Indiana’s reserves dwindle toward zero and federal stimulus money disappears, trying to keep political debate friendly
and the budget in the black will be quite a challenge. Half a year before they must craft the next state budget, Democrats
and Republicans already are squabbling.
Mark Rutherford wants America’s third-largest political party to make inroads by showing competence at the grassroots level
The former executive director of IEDC’s predecessor agency argues that regular headcount disclosure is a key part of the economic
process once incentive deals have been struck with companies.
Mayor Greg Ballard,a former Marine, has made some progress in the two years since he pledged his administration would purchase
3 percent of all city goods and services from veteran-owned businesses, but he remains far from his goal.
Locally based consultancy LeadJen had 20 employees in January. Halfway through the year, the company already has hired 20
more, and President Jenny
Vance expects to add another 20 over the next six months.
Indiana Secretary of Commerce Mitch Roob’s letter Tuesday to Democrat Pat Bauer details IEDC’s approach to job-creation incentives
and its clawback efforts in the recession.
A study by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago finds a strong correlation between pre-mortgage credit counseling and loan
comparing Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership clients with other low-income Marion County borrowers.
To spearhead a once-in-a-generation overhaul of local government’s antiquated back-office computer system, Mayor Greg Ballard
has chosen an unprofitable software firm that as recently as March 31 warned investors that debt-refinancing issues could
force it out of business.
Pat Bauer sent Indiana Secretary of Commerce Mitch Roob a letter formally requesting the Indiana Economic Development Corp.
disclose public records about promises companies gave the state in exchange for job-creation incentives.
Italian restaurant that took over high-profile mall space in January is being sued by the landlord for $96,523.23.
Marion-based The Cellular Connection expects to add 500 jobs in 15 states as a result of the agreement with HHGregg.