Founded in 2016, ClearScholar is the second company in the High Alpha portfolio to be snapped up in the last four months.
It’s been a bumpy ride for North American Midway Entertainment, which was sold in 2015 to a Connecticut-based buyer for $75.5 million. One of its former owners just bought it back for $23.5 million.
Under the agreement, Lilly will pay Sigilon Therapeutics up to $410 million if the technology hits certain milestones.
Combining Indianapolis-based Finish Line Inc. and JD Sports Fashion from across the pond could create a firm within striding distance of the sports apparel industry’s heavyweight, according to an analyst.
New England-based SilverTech Inc. plans to expand to its second market by buying local stalwart Bitwise Solutions, which was founded in 1991.
Founded in 2010 as Tinderbox Inc., Octiv will continue to operate under its current moniker until leaders determine how it will fit into the brand of Colorado-based document automation firm Conga.
VeriCite Inc., a Fishers-based maker of plagiarism-detection software, is being acquired by Turnitin, a Silicon Valley-based leader in the plagiarism-detection industry. Turnitin officials said they will maintain and grow its local presence.
The companies, both the result of previous mergers, would bring under one tent global brands like Dr. Pepper, 7UP, Snapple, A&W, Mott's, Sunkist and Keurig's single-serve coffee makers.
A slimmed-down Eli Lilly and Co., thousands of employees lighter after its biggest restructuring in nearly a decade, is now looking high and low for deals to bulk up its drug pipeline.
If Caesars Entertainment is successful in buying Hoosier Park and Indiana Grand, it would have an interest in four of the state’s five largest casinos. The acquisition reportedly is in the works.
Echo Engineering and Production Supplies Inc. expects its revenue to swell to $50 million next year as it takes on more outsourced work from stressed car makers.
After 33 years, the maker of industrial heat-exchange equipment will fuse to a similar German manufacturer.
After the deal closes, the insurers are expected to collectively cover more than 620,000 people and generate annual revenue approaching $6 billion.
Despite slipping sales and lost market share, the Elanco animal-health unit is strong and the time is right to explore selling or spinning it off, Eli Lilly and Co. officials said Tuesday.
The acquisition gives HighPoint Global about 350 employees and annual revenue of $140 million.
The deal comes as Express Scripts faces challenges on a number of fronts, including the possible loss of its largest customer, Indianapolis-based health-insurance giant Anthem Inc.
The internet juggernaut spent its first day as the owner of a brick-and-mortar grocery chain cutting prices at Whole Foods Market as much as 43 percent.
K.B. Parrish & Co. is taking on a new name and expanding its services, with the goal of adding dozens of local workers within three years.