Whether Seattle-based Gen Con and local officials can now reach an understanding on technology could spell the difference between Indianapolis’ hanging onto its most prized convention and potentially losing it to another city.
A Carmel-based software firm that works with child-care and senior-care providers has tuned up its marketing strategy and is doing business under a new name after securing $1 million in growth capital earlier this year.
FreightRover—which began as part of the Indianapolis trucking company Celadon Group—sells software that helps clients optimize freight flow and streamline carrier payments for shippers, carriers and drivers.
The online retail giant plans to divide the $5 billion HQ2 project between two locations, The Wall Street Journal said, citing a person familiar with the matter. The two cities will end up with about 25,000 workers each.
Amazon is approaching its end-of-year deadline for deciding where it will locate the $5 billion campus, and two national newspapers reported over the weekend that an area in northern Virginia is far along in negotiations.
Justin Markel and Quinton Lasko are obsessed with feet and legs, technology and helping people improve their mobility. The combination led the duo to an invention designed to help athletes, although it has applications far beyond sports.