Owners of the tavern, which was plagued by complaints about noise and public indecency after it opened in 2020, are seeking to add 2,940 square feet to the existing 2,300-square-foot building before reopening the business.
With inflation hovering near levels not seen in 40 years, higher-income Americans turned to Walmart to cut costs on groceries while its lower-income customers swapped out deli meats for less expensive hot dogs and canned tuna.
It’s the second fee hike imposed on merchants this year by the online retail behemoth. In April, the company added a 5% “fuel and inflation” surcharge to offset rising gas costs and inflation.
Airbnb has been under growing pressure to clamp down on parties since 2019, when a Halloween house party in a San Francisco suburb ended with five people dead in a shooting.
The measure is expected to be paid for by new taxes on large companies and stepped-up IRS enforcement of wealthy individuals and entities, with additional funds going to reduce the federal deficit.
Staffers who worked under former governor Mitch Daniels filed with the Indiana Secretary of State’s office last week to create a political action committee urging Daniels to run for governor in 2024.
Students who used federal loans to attend Carmel-based ITT Technical Institute as far back as 2005 will automatically get that debt canceled after authorities found “widespread and pervasive misrepresentations” at the defunct for-profit college chain.
Under the bill, companies will face a new 1% excise tax on purchases of their own shares, effectively paying a penalty for a maneuver that they have long used to return cash to investors and bolster their stock price.
The new regulations will create a new category of hearing aids that will supersede state-level regulations requiring patients to visit physicians or audiologists to get prescriptions and fittings.
The fate of more than 60 district schools may be determined in the coming weeks, as IPS grapples with declining enrollment in its traditional neighborhood schools.
Even in an industry famous for its roller-coaster cycles, chipmakers are bracing for a particularly severe shift in coming months, when a record-setting sales surge is threatening to give way to the worst decline in a decade or more.
Tuesday’s industrial production report showed output of motor vehicles rose 6.6%, the most in four months. An easing of bottlenecks on semiconductor supplies is affording automakers more room to increase output.
More than $4.8 billion has been pumped into the electric-vehicle charging industry this year—a combination of roll-out announcements, debt financing, investment and acquisitions. And this is just the deals that have disclosed financial figures.
The site is just a few minutes from key employers in the airport corridor, including AAR Aircraft Services, Express Scripts, FedEx and Rolls-Royce.
American becomes the second U.S. customer for Boom after a similar announcement last year from United Airlines for 15 of the proposed planes, called the Overture.
The three-story townhouses at Marketplace Towns would range from 1,700 to 2,200 square feet with an average cost of $400,000.
Farms are repopulating birds that they had to kill during this year’s highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreak. The outbreak killed more than 30 million commercial and wild birds.
The purchase underscores Nexstar’s commitment to traditional broadcasting at a time when TV is losing viewers to online services and other entertainment options. Nexstar, the nation’s largest local TV station owner, has two properties in Indianapolis.
The percentage of small-business owners citing an increasingly uncertain economic outlook rose sharply in July, while overall optimism remains near historic lows, according to data released last week by the National Federation of Independent Business.
Starbucks on Monday asked the National Labor Relations Board to halt all union elections at its U.S. stores, citing allegations from a board employee that regional NLRB officials improperly coordinated with union organizers.