The Indianapolis-based media company said Thursday morning that it earned $4.6 million on $53.4 million in revenue. While total revenue was flat, income from Emmis’ radio stations increased slightly.
Indianapolis-based Baldwin & Lyons Inc. continues to improve on its 2011 results, recording after-tax profit of $11.7 million, or 78 cents a share, for the third quarter.
Stock in Angie’s List Inc. on Thursday morning rose 30 percent—the biggest intraday rise since the Indianapolis-based company's shares began trading almost a year ago.
Third-quarter earnings at Eli Lilly and Co. fell short of analysts’ expectations, and the Indianapolis-based drugmaker reduced its profit forecast by 4 cents per share for the remainder of the year.
The Indianapolis trucking company expects its quarterly earnings to beat analysts’ consensus forecast and last year's results, thanks to acquisitions and cost controls. Shares were up 9 percent at 1 p.m.
The Indianapolis-based athletic apparel retailer expects its sales to grow by $250 million to $350 million a year as a result of a deal with Macy’s Inc. to become the department store chain’s exclusive athletic footwear partner.
Biglari Holdings Inc., parent of Steak n Shake, said Friday that customer traffic to the restaurant chain grew 2.2 percent during the quarter ended July 4, boosting same-store sales 2.9 percent.
Disappointing sales at stores open at least a year dragged Indianapolis-based HHGregg Inc. to a rare quarterly loss, the appliance and electronics retail chain said on Thursday.
Indianapolis-based Baldwin & Lyons Inc. on Thursday reported a profitable second quarter, a year after a series of major natural catastrophes caused a big loss for the transportation industry insurer.
Angie's List Inc. saw revenue jump 74 percent in the second quarter, but the Indianapolis-based contractor-ratings service continued to see growing losses as the result of higher marketing expenses. The company’s stock fell more than 10 percent Thursday.
The Indianapolis-based retailer’s profit fell 25 percent in the first quarter, but beat analyst predictions. Shares rose nearly 12 percent on the day.
Indianapolis-based WellPoint Inc. said it is lowering its profit forecast for the year by 3 percent after reaching a $90 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit.