Vince Donargo—a veteran financial executive who has worked for several Indianapolis public companies—plans to step down from his position as chief financial officer of Calumet Specialty Products Partners on Dec. 31 and retire at the end of April.
Longtime Indianapolis business leader Jerry Semler dies at 86
Semler, who spent almost a quarter-century in executive leadership at American United Life Insurance Co. and served as a board director for a multitude of central Indiana civic, business, charitable and arts organizations, died Monday.Read More
Indianapolis-based Sanctuary Wealth ousts CEO, but won’t say why
Ousted CEO Jim Dickson founded Sanctuary in 2018 after the firm acquired Indianapolis-based David A. Noyes & Co., which in 2020 changed its name to Sanctuary Securities Inc.Read More
Library board critics demand answers, call for resignations
With their search for a new CEO for the library system mired in controversy, members of the Indianapolis Public Library’s Board of Trustees heard withering criticism from community members at their meeting Monday night.Read More
IBJ Media’s inaugural list of influential Hoosiers includes CEOs, entrepreneurs, philanthropists
The list, available at Indiana250.com, was compiled by the executives, editors and newsroom staffs at IBJ Media’s three news brands—Indianapolis Business Journal, Inside INdiana Business and Indiana Lawyer—after a monthslong process that included reviewing nominations, researching Indiana organizations and interviewing community leaders across the state.Read More
Smith, 82, will be wrapping up a 59-year banking career when he retires in May. He has spent his entire career working for banks that are now part of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
Steven J. Favaloro brings a background in finance in the life sciences industry to his new positions as president and CEO.
With more than 68,000 workers in tech laid off in 2022, many read Wallake’s post as privileging the chief executive’s pain over that of the employees being let go.
Todd Borgmann, Calumet’s former CFO, was promoted to CEO effective this week. The move, and several other executive-level changes, were triggered by the May 1 retirement of board chairman Fred Fehsenfeld.
Stuart has served as PNC’s top Indianapolis-area executive since 2011, and she’s spent her entire career working for the bank in various markets.
Officiating at the highest level of football isn’t Bryan Neale’s only gig. He’s also chief executive of Indianapolis-based Blind Zebra Consulting, a business management consulting group.
Mike Langellier has been the president and CEO at Indianapolis-based TechPoint for nine years. The organization will launch a national search for his replacement.
New Emarsys CEO Joanna Milliken, who starts in her new role Oct. 1, will oversee all of the Austria-based marketing tech company’s activities from Indianapolis. About 150 of the company’s nearly 700 employees are based in central Indiana.
Linda Broadfoot’s hiring coincides with the retirement of Jennifer Vigran, who is leaving Second Helpings in October after serving the hunger-relief organization in various roles for 20 years.
President and CEO Ron Collier has managed 33 mergers and acquisitions at Indiana Members Credit Union since 1985.
Sonya Elling filed suit Friday in federal court against the drugmaker, alleging that Leigh Ann Pusey, senior vice president for corporate affairs and communications, precluded her from engaging with members of Congress because she was “not a cute, young thing.”
The 53-day lag between when the commission ordered Spectacle to remove Rod Ratcliff from his role as an owner to when the company complied was unacceptable, according to Gaming Commission Executive Director Sara Gonso Tait.