The inside story: How Indianapolis landed the NCAA headquarters
A two-year courtship that pitted Indianapolis against some of the largest U.S. cities culminated in the May 1997 announcement that Indianapolis had snagged the headquarters.Read More
Local firm’s new initiative matches remote workers with relocation incentives
Entrepreneurs Bill Oesterle and Evan Hock last month launched MakeMyMove, a subsidiary of TMap.Read More
Cummins to pay $4.5M for Greenwood site in revision to firm’s deal with city
Cummins announced last year that it planned to build a $35 million office building at the corner of Interstate 65 and County Line Road, but the pandemic has the engine maker rethinking how to best use that site.Read More
Pharmaceutical manufacturer seeks $6.5M tax abatement for Indianapolis plant
A City-County Council committee on Monday advanced a proposed tax abatement for a pharmaceutical company that plans to spend $72 million to build a new facility near the Indianapolis International Airport.Read More
Foxconn originally proposed a 20 million-square-foot manufacturing campus that would have been the largest investment in U.S. history for a new location by a foreign-based company, but those plans have been downsized significantly.
BCA Environmental Consultants LLC is one of many firms that helps local governments and businesses figure out how to clean up messes, commonly called “brownfields.”
Indianapolis-based Electrical Repair & Maintenance Co. Inc.—better known as ERMCO—unveiled plans Tuesday afternoon to build a headquarters in Greenwood where it will employ 170 workers.
Unlike many other states, Indiana has its fiscal house in order so this federal money is a rare opportunity for thoughtful new investment.
Strict limits on crowd sizes in Mackey Arena at Purdue University for the NCAA tourney will dampen the tourism impact, but the games are still the biggest events to hit the West Lafayette area since the pandemic started.
The recruiting technology company, which entered the local market with a single-employee office in 2014, began growing its Indianapolis operations after acquiring Canvas Talent Inc. in early 2019.
The company said it will invest $33 million to expand its bustling Elkhart campus, which opened in 2009. It is slated to receive up to $11 million in tax credits.
What if we advanced our clocks this weekend and never had to turn them back? The idea is gaining some traction after a bipartisan group of U.S. senators this week reintroduced a bill that would keep daylight saving time year-round.
The New York-based firm plans to lease 10,655 square feet on the 15th floor of the 8888 Keystone Crossing office building in Indianapolis for its local operations.
Jim Staton, senior vice president and chief business development officer for the IEDC, will fill in until a full-time replacement is found for Jim Schellinger, who stepped down suddenly last week after 5-1/2 years in the role.
The redevelopment of the former Greenwood Middle School site would bring hundreds of residential units, plus restaurants, retailers and a public parking garage to the city’s downtown.
In a memo to the Indiana Economic Development Corp. board of directors, Schellinger said he is leaving state government “with the deepest sense of gratitude and joyful satisfaction in my heart.”
Wunderkind Corp., a digital marketing company that was known as BounceX until last year, said it would co-locate its operations with SmarterHQ, which continues to maintain its own branding, at 9102 N. Meridian St.
During the presidential campaign, Joe Biden pledged to deploy $2 trillion on infrastructure and clean energy, but the White House has not ruled out an even higher price tag.
Celigo, which makes software that helps companies automate business functions and IT services, already employs 17 Hoosiers who work remotely.