Fishers-based Behavior Analysis Center for Autism, which provides therapy to individuals with autism and other related developmental disabilities, has been sold to Baltimore-based Learn Behavioral Partners, the companies announced.
Fry’s Electronics closes all stores, including Fishers location
The 180,000-square-foot Fishers store originally housed Incredible Universe, a media and electronics superstore owned by Radio Shack parent Tandy Corp. Fry’s took over the building in 2005.Read More
Fishers startup gamifies trading, targets historically Black colleges
Social media startup Stockteamup has partnered with the philanthropic arm of a hip-hop-inspired snack company to teach financial investing to Black communities.Read More
Multifamily redevelopment planned for Gray Eagle driving range
The Fishers City Council heard plans Tuesday for a 21-acre residential development and financing plan that would help prevent the closure of the golf course.Read More
Chicken salad restaurant chain roosting in Indy area with three locations
Founded in 2008, the Alabama-based fast-casual chain has grown to 181 franchised and company-owned locations in 17 states.Read More
Ultimate Technologies Group announced plans to add 25 employees by the end of next year, thanks to a new contract with an Indiana-based engine manufacturer.
The company behind the BoomBozz pizzeria chain is suing the its former franchisees in Carmel and Fishers for allegedly using the company’s recipes and other trade secrets to open Crafters Pizza and Draft House in Carmel.
The approval will allow Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development Inc. to develop 11 affordable, for-rent homes at the southwest corner of 141st Street and Cumberland Road.
American Resources Corp. is the latest central Indiana firm to jump on the “blank-check company’ bandwagon—forming a shell company that uses public offering proceeds to scoop up an acquisition target.
Green District plans to take over the space on the southwest corner of Monument Circle that was previously occupied by Au Bon Pain.
Fishers-based First Internet saw its stock price climb to a one-year high in after-hours trading after the bank released its financial report Wednesday.
Meyer Najem Construction, which has already started work on the Nickel Plate Trail’s $8.4 million southern approach to downtown Fishers, secured a $3.3 million contract last week to build the trail’s downtown plaza.
The Fishers shop opens this week, to be followed later this year by locations in Indianapolis, Greenwood, Carmel and Zionsville.
Genezen Laboratories Inc. says new funding from a Massachusetts-based private equity firm will allow it to expand its plans for a new production facility in Fishers Crosspoint Business Park.
INCog BioPharma Services has purchased 16 acres of undeveloped land in Fishers for its planned new biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility. The $60 million project has grown in size.
Memory Ventures, a local media digitization company, is taking over the redevelopment of a former Marsh Supermarket in Fishers. The site previously slated for partial demolition will now be turned into the growing company’s new headquarters.
The Hamilton County Council on Wednesday approved a payment toward an estimated $42 million cost overrun on the State Road 37 improvement project in Fishers.
Indy Chamber executive Ian Nicolini has moved into the organization’s long-vacant role of chief operating officer, and Portia Bailey-Bernard has taken over Nicolini’s former position as the chamber’s economic development leader.
The wholesale food distributor received a positive recommendation from the Fishers Plan Commission on Wednesday to change zoning of an adjacent property so the company can eventually add 69,000 square feet to its existing 230,000-square-foot facility.
Thieves is the brainchild of a Fishers couple who decided to open a bar after losing their jobs during the pandemic. Also this week: Snakeroot Botanicals, Rise n Roll Bakery, The Jazz Kitchen, The Smoke Pit and more.
Fishers Public Health Director Monica Heltz is recommending a public health order that would impose pandemic-related business and social-gathering restrictions in response to a recent increase in coronavirus cases.
A digital-media company that includes billionaire Mark Cuban as one of its early investors is planning to relocate its 53 Indiana-based employees to Fishers’ Meyer-Najem building.
Democrats’ increased participation and slight gains in recent Hamilton County elections may be part of a long-term strategy, but local party officials don’t think that will result in many county-level victories on Nov. 3.
A startup that’s planning to launch a $60 million drug-manufacturing plant sees big growth in contract manufacturing.