In the biggest U.S. antitrust case in a quarter century, the Department of Justice contends that Google—a company whose very name is synonymous with scouring the internet—pays off tech companies to lock out rival search engines to smother competition and innovation.
Elite piano and violin competitions aim to raise local awareness
Once every four years, the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis and the American Pianists Association jazz contest share space on the city’s arts calendar, but many Indianapolis-area residents are unaware that the city hosts the events.Read More
Bank sues former Carmel staffers who left for rival
Busey Bank says it has lost more than $100 million in loans to a competitor because of “brazen and systematic poaching” of its employees.Read More
The long-awaited move seeks to bar the company from allegedly abusing its powers to raise prices for shoppers and levy high fees against businesses that sell on its platform.
Regulators have been seeking to ax the deal because they say it will hurt competition, but U.S. District Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley ruled the evidence pointed to more consumer access to Call of Duty and other Activision content.
Only three companies currently offer major browser engines, according to the findings. That’s left developers and consumers with limited choices.
A panel of Indiana life science experts on Friday said the state could become more competitive for large investments and jobs if it doubled down on the kind of collaborations and partnerships that other states have used to their advantage.
The contest is open to all businesses, from veteran manufacturers to budding entrepreneurs. To participate, a company does not need to be headquartered in Indiana, but the product it enters must be manufactured in the state.
This year’s hackathon, to take place Oct. 22-24 at Butler University, will focus on sports-related applications for 5G wireless technology.
The anticipated lawsuit against Google could be the government’s biggest legal offensive to protect competition since the groundbreaking case against Microsoft almost 20 years ago.
The parent company of Circle Centre mall’s sole anchor, Carson’s, is facing steep challenges, with some retail experts wondering whether it will be the next big chain to collapse.
Hylant Group says a former worker in its Carmel offices broke a non-compete agreement and poached clients for his new insurance-brokerage gig in Indianapolis.
The compensation paid to outgoing Wellpoint Inc. CEO Angela Braly last year rose 56 percent, even as the company's shares slid on lower enrollment in its Blue Cross Blue Shield health plans.
Brightpoint sues Miami rival Brightstar twice in one week over its hiring of two former executives of the local wireless-phone distributor.
Tony Lennen became president of Community Hospital South in 2009, overseeing a 50-bed expansion that was completed last summer, giving the hospital 150 private rooms. The facility, located along the line between Marion and Johnson counties, competes against nearby facilities run by Franciscan St. Francis Health, Indiana University Health and Johnson Memorial Hospital.
The Swiss company, which operates its North American business out of Indianapolis, filed a lawsuit late last month against Virginia-based Medical Automation Systems Inc. for breaching the purchase agreement the companies signed back in October.
Tech entrepreneur Scott Jones says the accuracy of his company’s answers will set ChaCha apart from its social-media rivals.
The U.S. Justice Department said AMC Entertainment Group Inc., the second-largest U.S. movie theater owner, must sell some
cinemas to proceed with plans to buy most of those operated by Kerasotes Showplace Theatres.
Small, community banks will bet on their strength in customer service, and large banks will offer business customers lower
The minority-owned logistics firm is also involved in a legal battle with a Washington state firm over the loss of its Boeing
The Indiana General Assembly is taking its first steps toward restructuring Hoosier gambling law.