The food manufacturer says it will slash the value of its Oscar Mayer and Kraft brands by $15.4 billion, an acknowledgment that changing consumer tastes have destroyed the value of some of the company’s most iconic products.
The Memphis, Tennessee-based company did not say how many positions it wants to eliminate or from what locations. But its Indianapolis International Airport hub is part of the Express division that will be targeted for the buyouts.
Calumet shares now trade around $6.65, nearly double their October 2016 low but way down from October 2015, when they fetched around $27.
The mall posted higher profit and improved sales per square foot in 2017, though retail observers say it remains at a crossroads following the closure of its last department store, Carson’s.
ANGI Homeservices Inc. CEO Chris Terrill told IBJ he is feeling “bullish” about the company’s overall prospects and its future in Indianapolis.
The Indianapolis-based mall owner broke a record in 2017 in a metric for operational performance, but its CEO admitted to analysts on Wednesday that it needs to boost occupancy at its properties.
The comeback strategy for Bon-Ton Stores includes closing a dozen Carson’s stores, although Bon-Ton hasn’t specified locations. The only Carson’s in Indianapolis is the lone anchor for Circle Centre mall.
Zionsville-based Lids Sports Group posted disappointing sales in its second quarter, mirroring recent results from other athletic apparel retailers. Its parent company is trying to dampen expectations for the overall firm.
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.
A fresh round of sales declines at Macy’s Inc. and Kohl’s Corp., though less severe than Wall Street had feared, is renewing concerns that the department-store industry can’t pull out of a years-long slump.
The parent company of Circle Centre mall’s sole anchor, Carson’s, is facing steep challenges, with some retail experts wondering whether it will be the next big chain to collapse.
Indianapolis-based Archway Technology Partners, which specializes in wealth management, reported revenue growth of 104 percent from 2013 to 2015.
The trucking company's financial statements became decidedly more opaque after October 2015, when it set up an off-balance-sheet truck-leasing joint venture in which management held ownership.
The Indianapolis-based company said it has seen positive results from efficiency and cost-cutting actions it took in 2016.
The Ireland-based security products company, which has its Americas region headquarters in Carmel, fell short of Wall Street expectations.
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.
Voxx International Corp.’s Premium Audio segment—essentially Klipsch—has seen three straight quarters of strong sales growth, including a 27-percent showing in the latest quarter.