An Uber driver from Marion County has filed a class-action complaint against the ride-on-demand company, claiming that Uber treats its drivers like employees but classifies them as independent contractors in order to skirt labor laws.
The challenge, according to an author of a study of pedestrian-friendly cities, is picking up ground on the dozens of major metro areas that also are making walkability a higher priority.
Ed Wenck, former radio personality and current managing editor for Nuvo, is leaving after less than three years at the alternative weekly for a quieter career out of the public spotlight.
The Indianapolis-based maker of Deet insect repellent and a slew of specialty chemicals already has an offer worth $453.8 million.
As it continues to work through its Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. is seeking to get out of leases for 29 of its airplanes and two facilities.