The Indiana National Guard’s cyber battalion is returning home from an out-of-state deployment this fall, and the Guard is seeking employers with Indiana jobs to offer the soldiers upon their return.
Indianapolis-based technology consulting and analytics firm Resultant has acquired Teknion Data Solutions, which is based in the Dallas metro area. It’s the fourth and largest acquisition Resultant has made in the past three years.
Indianapolis-based XR Technologies, which hires math teachers with non-traditional backgrounds and places them in classrooms around the state, has received approval to launch a teacher licensure program that the company says will help it scale its reach beyond the state’s borders.
The investment fund is Centerfield Capital Partners’ fifth, and the largest yet in the private-equity firm’s 24-year history.
Thomas Buck built a reputation as one of the state’s top financial advisers before being sentenced to prison for securities fraud in 2019.
San Francisco-based Anchorage Digital Bank, which announced in January its plans to open an Indiana office, is the subject of a consent order issued by federal banking regulators. But both the regulators and Anchorage say the bank is working to come into compliance with Bank Secrecy Act and anti-money-laundering regulations.
The $92 million, mixed-use redevelopment project is taking shape on a 19-acre site downtown after nearly a decade of planning.
Todd Borgmann, Calumet’s former CFO, was promoted to CEO effective this week. The move, and several other executive-level changes, were triggered by the May 1 retirement of board chairman Fred Fehsenfeld.
The sale of ADESA to Arizona-based Carvana, which KAR announced in February, is part of KAR’s ongoing shift away from physical auto auctions toward digital platforms and tools.
Cummins made the disclosure in its first-quarter financial report. Profit dropped in the period, but sales hit a record high. The company also said interest in its emerging hydrogen business is growing.
First Internet announced in November that it planned to acquire Georgia-based First Century Bank for about $80 million. But when it became necessary to extend the closing date, the parties couldn’t agree on extension terms.
The Indianapolis-based Indiana Sports Corp., Purdue University’s Purdue for Life Foundation and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology are among the organizations that have already accepted their first crypto donations—and some community foundations around the state are also eyeing the opportunities they see in cryptocurrency.
Local tech-industry executives say an expansion of an existing investor tax-credit program, plus an increased emphasis on high-school computer education, would go a long way to help support the state’s tech sector.
David Ricks’ lunchtime speech to The Economic Club of Indiana—repeated on social media by those in attendance and reported by IBJ and local TV stations—has reverberated across the state.
A total of 16 individuals, companies and organizations were named as winners in TechPoint’s annual Mira Awards. Awards were presented at a black-tie gala Saturday night.
The depth of the situation came to light after Robyn Dale “Rob” Whitlow, 51, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection late last month, declaring personal assets of $45,305, balanced against liabilities of just more than $2 million.
Security-products company Allegion, which has about 1,300 employees at its Americas headquarters in Carmel, expects to close the largest deal in its history in the third quarter.
Prodport’s CEO and cofounder is Ohad Hecht of Carmel, who formerly led marketing-tech firm Emarsys until leaving that company last year.
Columbus-based Cummins has confidentially filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering for its filtration business. Cummins announced last summer that it was looking at “strategic alternatives” for the business.
WesBanco, a mid-sized bank based in Wheeling, West Virginia, said it has hired two people so far to staff a new loan production office in Indianapolis that will focus on both commercial and mortgage lending.