One of the state’s largest privately held banks could bring in as many as 500 new shareholders to help fund growth. A planned acquisition fell apart early last year.
Charles Venable inherited two years ago a museum with an elevated stature in the world of art but disappointing attendance figures and a penchant for over-spending its endowment to make ends meet.
Carmel-based ITT Educational Services no longer has a margin of error, as it tries to dig out from a scuttled real estate deal, tightened rules from lenders and the feds, and its CEO’s pending resignation.
The purchase of LSB Financial Corp., parent of Lafayette Savings Bank, will add $366 million in assets and five branches to Old National’s portfolio.
The Indianapolis-based firm expect to boost its employment by 50 percent by the end of the year as it expands its sales and marketing nationally.
The Pacers’ revenue stream this season has increased about $42 million from where it was during the 2008-2009 season, and the team’s finances could get even brighter as the NBA negotiates a new national television package.
The Fishers debt collection agency had been forced into bankruptcy by creditors. On Monday, a judge approved a request to terminate the once-promising firm.
Privately owned businesses in Indiana will be able to raise investments online as part of a bill on the way to Gov. Mike Pence’s desk.
Despite a boost in third-quarter revenue due to crop-protection products, profit for the local unit of Dow Chemical tumbled more than 71 percent.
A growing number of small game companies will join a pantheon of industry titans starting Aug. 15 at the Gen Con Indy gaming convention. The small guys are there largely because they can get the money they need to keep themselves alive via the fundraising technique known as “crowd funding” or “crowd sourcing.”
The Indianapolis-based maker of equipment for cutting and forming metal beat the weakened economy in Europe, but saw a sales drop in the recessionary Asia Pacific market.