A look at some of the runner-up top Indianapolis business stories from 2013.
Angie’s List Inc. on Wednesday said it suffered a smaller loss in the third quarter, but the online business-rating service’s results and outlook fell short of Wall Street expectations.
As Angie’s List approaches its second anniversary as a public company, investors remain as split as ever on whether the consumer-review company is wildly overvalued or a revolutionary Internet business still in its infancy.
BrightNest, founded in 2011, provides free online tips for home maintenance to about 100,000 users. The company’s eight employees will remain based in Denver.
Indianapolis-based Angie’s List's stock continued to tumble Thursday morning after an analyst downgraded the stock following a report that Internet giant eBay will test its own consumer-reviews site in the United Kingdom.
Indianapolis-based Angie's List Inc. reported record revenue for the second quarter on Wednesday afternoon, but its shares fell in after-hours trading on word that Internet giant eBay will be testing its own consumer-reviews site in the United Kingdom.
Angie’s List turned a profit for the first time in nearly two decades.
Angie’s List Inc. CEO Bill Oesterle has collected millions of dollars over the years by renting to the company property for its campus along East Washington Street. Now, the landlord and chief executive is pocketing millions more by selling Angie’s the property, at well above its assessed value.
In the heart of a mediocre earnings season for public companies, Indianapolis-based firms Angie’s List and ITT Educational Services on Thursday shot to the top of the stock ticker.
The latest results beat Wall Street estimates, driving the Indianapolis-based company's shares upward by nearly 7 percent in after-market trading on Wednesday.
Robert Millard, chief financial officer at Angie’s List for less than two years, will step down at the quarter’s end, the company announced Thursday.