CGS Services Inc. was on its fourth generation of family ownership when Florida-based Advanced Disposal Services bought the central Indiana company.
The rule—which raised the pay threshold for salaried workers to be exempt from overtime pay—would have affected about 87,000 Indiana workers if fully implemented as planned on Dec. 1. It’s now in limbo due to a court decision.
Indiana’s business-registration website has been expanded to also allow users to access services through Indiana’s Department of Revenue and Department of Workforce Development.
Indianapolis-based leadership consulting firm FlashPoint Inc. closed on the acquisition of Sonoma Leadership Systems on Sunday.
IPS is moving toward a “weighted” budgeting system that will use a formula to set individual school budgets based on enrollment and need—a break from the current system.
The state promises the website will make the bureaucracy that comes with opening and maintaining a business easier to navigate.
In January, Kristin Eilenberg launched Lodestone Insights and has built up a team of 15 people feeding a searchable, sortable database of more than 4,100 conferences around the world.
Locally-based technology consulting firm Allegient LLC on Friday morning announced plans to spend $1.3 million to renovate and equip unused office space in its headquarters near North Meridian Street and Interstate 465.
Former Indianapolis Mayor Steve Goldsmith has been hired by national accounting powerhouse BKD LLP to lead a new public sector consulting practice, the firm announced Wednesday.
The Fishers City Council agreed Monday night to purchase an office building to house the city’s fast-growing co-working entrepreneurial program.
Angie’s List Inc. said Saturday that it is canceling plans for a major expansion to its east-side headquarters “as a result of the passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.” The project was expected to create 1,300 jobs by the end of 2019.
Consulting firm enVista LLC plans to hire about 60 employees this year, with about half of those at its Carmel headquarters, the company announced Tuesday.
Staples Inc. plans to acquire Office Depot Inc. in a deal that will reduce the U.S. office-supply industry to a single major chain and test the limits of antitrust regulators.
A multi-language website has been launched to provide a resource to international businesses considering investment or job creation in Indiana.