Businesses and the organizations that represent them fear a wave of coronavirus-related lawsuits as employees return to work and customers return to stores, restaurants and other public places.
Lawmakers seek to shield businesses from COVID lawsuits
Several state lawmakers have been drafting coronavirus immunity legislation over the past several months as efforts in Congress to pass federal legislation have stalled.Read More
Offices prep for new logistics when workers return
Most firms have just begun to wrestle with what they—and their workers—will face.Read More
National Wine & Spirits Inc. suffered a staggering reversal of fortune when the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission
ruled Nov. 5 that Southern Wine
& Spirits of America Inc. could distribute here.
IQuest Internet LLC, the largest Indiana-based Internet service provider, is going global, having bought a British company
that monitors and manages data, voice and video networks.
In a state steeped in advanced research that spawns biomedical companies by the dozen, Apricity LLC is preposterously low-tech,
given that its latest product is nothing more than a warm blanket.
Lauth, a once-booming developer, has sliced 90 percent of work force, lost control of some properties
Struggling developer Lauth Group Inc. has cut about 90 percent of its staff and lost control of part of its portfolio to a
major equity partner-developments that raise doubts about whether the locally based company can survive the recession.
Entrepreneur Steven J. Cage has launched a new quality-control business after the one he built into an industry leader shuttered suddenly.
Harlan Bakeries recently filed a lawsuit against equipment vendor Doboy Inc., saying it provided faulty equipment to package Harlan’s cream-cheese-filled bagels.
Car dealers fearful of losing their flagship brands if auto manufacturers crash and burn aren’t getting much help from the
Indiana General Assembly.
Conner Prairie will begin its outdoor season April 2 not as a pioneer-era museum but as an “interactive history park.”
After a stint making parts for electric cars, Symphony Motors recently became Indy Power Systems, changing course to make power control boxes for a variety of vehicles and also industrial and military applications.
Indiana Railroad Co. has coupled onto its “largest single new business opportunity ever” with plans to serve Peabody Energy’s new Bear Run Mine in Sullivan County, said IRR President and CEO Thomas G. Hoback.