That federal funding represents Indiana’s share of the $41.6 billion Broadband Equity, Access and Deployment program—called BEAD—which aims to extend broadband access to nearly 8.5 million U.S. addresses currently unserved or underserved by broadband infrastructure.
IDEA Week is an annual entrepreneur and innovation festival that takes place in the South Bend-Elkhart region. This year, the weeklong festival will extend its brand to events in Indianapolis in hopes of forging stronger connections between the two regions.
Under Maurer’s leadership, The National Bank of Indianapolis grew into the largest locally-owned bank headquartered in Indianapolis. It ranks among the 10 largest banks operating in central Indiana.
The new initiative, which includes both degree and non-degree programs, is designed to meet the needs of working people who want to advance their careers.
Brian Simms, who operated Brendanwood Financial Brokerage LLC in Carmel, avoided trial by reaching a plea agreement in what prosecutors said was a fraud scheme involving at least 20 victims.
The NBA’s Basketball Without Borders camp, for elite teen players from around the world, took place this weekend in Noblesville.
The Indiana-based manufacturer agreed late last year to pay $2 billion to settle allegations that it unlawfully altered hundreds of thousands of Ram pickup truck engines in violation of Clean Air Act emission standards.
The gaming is just one of the attractions at what’s being called NBA 2K League Alley, an 11,202-square-foot space that’s intended as a fun, immersive experience for gamers and non-gamers alike.
Spots are still open for The Business of Basketball, a free clinic that’s part of the NBA’s effort to develop youth interest in basketball.
For a variety of reasons, including a slowdown in initial public offerings and increasing accessibility, alternative investments have been gaining traction with a wider range of individual investors over the last several years. And experts believe the trend will continue to grow.
The program, which runs through Feb. 18, allows consumers to visit participating businesses and other locations around the state, accumulating points that they can then redeem for NBA-related prizes.
The Franklin facility also saw major job reductions in October, when Energizer ceased its packaging operations at the site.
If Andretti Acquisition Corp.’s shareholders approve the merger, the deal is expected to close shortly after the vote, and shares of the combined company will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
The “refresh” aims to address a key challenge—public misperception as to what OneAmerica Financial actually does.
According to PitchBook data, Indiana firms attracted $730.5 million in venture investments last year, down 2% from the $748.7 million they landed in 2022. The number of venture deals dropped 13%, from 188 in 2022 to 164 in 2023.
VisionTech reported this week that it invested a total of $2.88 million into 18 different companies last year, representing an increase in both the number of deals and the total value of deals from 2022.
The Indiana Secretary of State’s Office has issued a cease-and-desist order against Carmel-based ReJoyce Financial LLC, its CEO Alexander Joyce, and two other parties.
The joint venture, which includes Cummins and three other companies, was formed last year for the purpose of building a battery plant for commercial vehicles.