The once-heralded battery maker with big plans ceased operations in Hancock County last year and doesn’t plan to resurrect them.
Jasper-based Kimball Electronics has taken on 165 employees after buying a firm and its subsidiary in separate deals.
Hancock County officials are set to terminate a tax incentive agreement with EnerDel Inc., the once-heralded battery maker with big plans that since has vacated its facility in the county.
With $2 million in improvements to its Indianapolis brewery, Sun King now plans to distribute its Sunlight Cream Ale and Wee Mac Scottish Ale to grocery and convenience stores across Indiana.
The Indianapolis Colts organization is getting a break on rent for its 20,000-square-foot hanger at Indianapolis International Airport after doing some rehab work.
Fishers officials have drafted a plan to market 211 acres at Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport for commercial development. The Indianapolis Airport Authority gave its blessing Friday morning.
The electric car-sharing service is barely 15 percent of the way toward critical mass for profitability. It has targeted local college campuses, groceries and cultural attractions as growth engines as it continues broad expansion plans.
Local cab drivers have complained that current rules put them at a disadvantage when trying to compete with ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft.
Indianapolis-based tech startup DemandJump LLC has named long-time marketing executive Julie Lyle as its chief revenue officer and chief marketing officer, the company announced Thursday
Based on input from businesses, design options could include retaining walls, shifting the route to the east or west, and selecting different ramp locations.
Most of the work will take place at the manufacturer’s Plainfield and Indianapolis facilities.
White River State Park Development Commission Executive Director Carolene Mays-Medley talked to IBJ about her new job at White River State Park and how she’s navigated her diverse career path.
Still trying to raise money, Carmel-based Legacy Travel Club Inc. recently hit a milestone with a proof-of-concept day trip to Michigan.
Thor Industries Inc. has purchased privately held Jayco Corp. in hopes that it will help attract younger customers looking for more modest travel abodes.
While they wait for $75 million in federal funding to come through, transit officials are trying to ensure the first phase of the Red Line is shovel-ready.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis enlisted some heavy-hitters—including Andrew Luck—to attract sponsors to the massive project. Still unknown: how the expansion will affect museum ticket prices.
Developed directly north of the museum, the 7.5-acre Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience will include facilities for basketball, football, golf, running, tennis, soccer and motorsports.
Struggling Indianapolis-based oil company Calumet Specialty Products Partners announced Tuesday that it has sold its interest in a $430 million refinery that it co-developed in North Dakota.
For the first weekday morning commute at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center, IndyGo workers fanned out to help riders get their bearings. Traffic lights didn’t always cooperate.