The Carmel-based trucking insurer says its chief accounting officer is no longer with the company after spending little more than a year in the position.
The departure of Timothy Hassinger comes as Dow AgroSciences’ parent prepares to merge with chemical giant DuPont.
One of the projects will be located at the global headquarters of the Fortune 500 engine maker, and the other will involve construction of a new railroad overpass in the city.
Q&A with Andre Lacy, LDI Ltd.: “Somebody asked me within the last six months, how many miles have I ridden? I started adding it up. I’ve ridden more than 200,000 miles.”
In interview with IBJ, Genesys President Tom Eggemeier says the company is pleased with its Interactive Intelligence acquisition and plans to ramp up its local headcount.
Just 6 percent of the top-paid CEOs in the U.S. last year were women, a slight increase from about 5 percent in 2015 and 2014.
The typical CEO at the biggest U.S. public companies got an 8.5 percent raise last year, raking in $11.5 million in salary, stock and other compensation, according to a new study.
Dave Ricks joined Lilly in 1996 and most recently served as president of Lilly Bio-Medicines. He took over as president and CEO on Jan. 1.
Hotel and billboard magnate Dean White, who had been a fixture in the annual rankings by Forbes for years, fell from the list after his death in September at 93.
The New York Stock Exchange has notified HHGregg that the company’s stock price needs rise above avoid a delisting. Its market cap also needs a boost.
Three major Indianapolis-based retailers struggling with declining sales replaced their CEOs this year as they tried to improve company financials.
Kevin Patterson has stepped down at mid-season as general director of the struggling Indianapolis Opera and has quickly been replaced with a new leader.
After his 60th season with the Indianapolis Indians, Max Schumacher has relinquished his roles as chairman and president. Two current executives with the Triple-A ballclub are moving up to fill his shoes.
The Indianapolis-based software firm fielded escalating offers over the years until a last-second reduction in bid price from buyer Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories Inc., according to a new public filing.
In the immediate wake of news Wednesday that Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. had agreed to be acquired for $1.4 billion, Indianapolis tech leaders bubbled with praise for CEO Don Brown and with enthusiasm for the possible impact on the city.