As the manufacturer prepares to move its Indianapolis operations to Mexico, city officials are demanding a refund in tax incentives received by the firm.
Cooke Financial Group LLC, which oversees $1.7 billion in assets, is parting ways with Wells Fargo Advisors LLC. Principals Chris Cooke and Brian Cooke have bought into Chicago-based Noyes and will run the largest of its seven offices.
An Indianapolis Airport Authority official told board members Friday that the airport is working to land nonstop London service, but its efforts could take years to see results.
Kenra Professional LLC, a hair products company founded in Indianapolis in 1929, will be leaving the city for the Los Angeles area in mid-2017, the company disclosed this week.
The Indianapolis-based airline company, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February, filed its plan of reorganization this week.
Rexnord Corp. plans to proceed with the closure of its Indianapolis bearings plant, according to the union that represents most of the plant’s approximately 350 employees.
Carmel-based Heartland Consumer Products LLC, which owns the rights to the Splenda brand, says Dunkin’ Donuts uses a knockoff sweetener but leads customers to believe it uses Splenda.
Bob Haddad started the box company in 1975. It since has branched out to a wide variety of products and several location in Indiana and Illinois with 300 employees total.
Marion County voters on Tuesday said “yes” Tuesday to a transit-related tax increase, which means it’s now the City-County Council’s turn to consider the issue.
Michigan-based SpartanNash said part of the allure of Caito was its newly built, $32 million "Fresh Kitchen" in Indianapolis, which will process, cook and package fresh protein-based foods and complete meals.
Allison’s hybrid bus transmission sales have tanked, and the company says it’s postponing production of hybrid truck transmissions until market conditions improve.
The Indianapolis-based fuel-products company posted a loss of $33.4 million in the third quarter, marking an improvement over its previous four quarters.
The area not-for-profit organization says its bookings for educational programs have slowed considerably this year, and it’s closing down rather than operate at a loss.
The initiative, called Ascend Indiana, is a new program of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority on Friday also heard about plans to add hundreds of new public parking spaces at the airport in coming months.
The Nov. 8 referendum—if it’s approved—doesn’t institute a transit tax. It only gives the City-County Council permission to vote on one, if it chooses to.
Indianapolis officials had success recovering $1.2 million from Mexico-bound Carrier Corp. In the case of Rexnord Corp., which announced a tentative plant closure last week, the incentives in play could be far less.