Local firm’s new data center is seen as an alternative to so-called “virtualization” trend.
The first janitors’ union contract in the city will expire soon, and union organizers are looking to the Indianapolis City-County Council to give them a boost in the negotiations.
Sola Adelowo, a certified image consultant and owner of Indianapolis-based ImageCube LLC, uses a surprisingly scientific process that starts with a personality-type assessment and results in custom-style kits and an illustrated wardrobe guide.
This year’s list of fastest-growing private companies in the Indianapolis area is a diverse lot, operating in industries ranging from human resources to office furnishings to construction to home health care and games.
Sale to managers would alleviate problems for company’s 70-year-old namesake and keep firm from being seized by bank.
Accounting, church jobs lead to software firm that helps tax accountants manage property tax disputes.
Indianapolis-based Business Furniture LLC, the city's largest office furniture dealer, has expanded into Ohio by acquiring Everybody’s Workplace Solutions Inc. in Dayton.
A shareholder of Indianapolis-based Fortune Industries Inc. has filed suit against the public company and its top executives, seeking class-action status on behalf of shareholders who want to stop a transaction that would take it private.
The company is set to be purchased by CEP Inc., a holding company led by Fortune Industries CEO Tena Mayberry and Chief Financial Officer Randy Butler. But several law firms are investigating the sale for potential unfairness on behalf of shareholders.
Danny O’Malia, longtime leader of his family’s Indianapolis-based grocery store business, now offers his customer-service-driven advice through his own consulting firm.
DECA Financial Services LLC plans to add 140 jobs by 2015 as part of a $2.6 million expansion that includes the purchase of a building on Visionary Way in Fishers.
Lawsuit alleges two of six partners in Qtego seized control and locked them out of the northwest-side firm, which developments telecommunications technology.
Daily Lunch Deal sold last month after just a year in business, marking a milestone for its venture-firm mentor.
Plan sponsors will face both higher expectations and legal responsibilities.
A number of acquisitions last year disclosed no sale price. In the Indianapolis area, those deals ranged from MacAllister Machinery’s purchase of a Caterpillar dealership in Michigan to Herff Jones’ acquisition of a Memphis, Tenn.-headquartered maker of cheerleading uniforms.