The U.S. Department of Labor says Vertellus employees affected by a pending plant layoff can apply for Trade Adjustment Assistance.
Hundreds of employees at Rexnord Corp.’s west-side plant would lose their jobs if the firm goes through with the plans announced Friday.
With Project Condor, the manufacturer will update its Tibbs Avenue and Raymond Street plants while continuing uninterrupted production of high-precision engines for military aircraft.
The organizer for the Evermore Music Festival is telling vendors and bands that his business is insolvent and does not have enough money to fully pay them for their work on the inaugural event, which fell far short of attendance projections.
Of the three local sites on the Indiana Landmarks list of 10 Most Endangered buildings, the Rivoli Theatre at 3155 E. 10th St. is in the poorest condition by far. This is its second year on the list.
Built in 1900, the former Southside Turnverein building made the Indiana Landmarks’ Ten Most Endangered list largely because of a bas-relief sculpture on the west gable of the building at 306 E. Prospect St., just east of Madison Avenue and just south of Interstate 70 adjacent to an Indianapolis Park Ranger station.
Indiana Landmarks says it’s keen to save the Washington Street property because it has a leaky roof that is causing mold to grow inside the building which, left unchecked, can cause major damage.
The plaintiff, a former digital content manager at WFNI-AM 1070 “The Fan,” said Emmis didn’t do enough to respond to her complaints after she alleged two of the station’s producers were harassing her.
The plaintiff says he suffered a concussion at a north-side Chipotle restaurant in April when a brick sign crumbled in high winds and totaled his car.
Hired in 2008, John Aleshire faced huge debt, lagging volunteer participation and a tarnished reputation at the Humane Society of Indianapolis. He plans to retire next year with many of its challenges long past.
Students from 18 colleges and universities are set to participate in the first-ever Conexus Indiana Logistics Case Competition next month in Indianapolis.
Maureen Donohue Krauss, who has held a similar position at the Detroit Regional Chamber, will help implement the Accelerate Indy plan focusing on trade, talent and transit in central Indiana.
Sales and profit for the apparel seller’s most recent quarter either met or exceeding Wall Street’s expectations. It’s now embarking on a plan for responding to clothing trends more quickly.
Sue Ellspermann has been a lot of things in her life: industrial engineer, business consultant, university teacher, state legislator and—from 2013 until earlier this year—Indiana’s lieutenant governor. Now, the southwestern Indiana native has a new gig: president of Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, which she started July 1.
Betty Cockrum’s job is not one for the faint of heart. As president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, she is often in the spotlight, fighting to maintain reproductive and abortion services across the state. But despite the high-profile role, Cockrum says she’s actually an introvert.
Standard & Poor’s has issued its second ratings downgrade as delays plague construction of the interstate between Bloomington and Martinsville.
A federal agency has stepped in to pay almost all of a $36 million shortfall in pension benefits for current and future retirees of Vertellus Specialties Inc., an Indianapolis-based manufacturer that is working its way through a Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The Brookville Road plant, which includes about 1.6 million square feet on about 90 acres, houses a former engine plant and foundry that once employed hundreds of workers.