The Boston-based biotech company with large operations in Indiana has raised more than a half-billion dollars over its eight-year history.
Governor candidates raise $18M in pricey primary run-up
Collectively, the gubernatorial candidates raised almost $18 million in 2023, making it one of the most expensive primary elections in state history.Read More
Mellencamp: Unfortunately, there’s still a need for Farm Aid
“I don’t believe any of us ever, in our wildest dreams, would think 38 years later there would still be a need to do Farm Aid,” singer John Mellencamp told IBJ about the concert that benefits independent farmers.Read More
Jim Irsay Band to kick off big weekend of music for Indianapolis
A weekend punctuated by high-profile concerts begins Friday with a free show featuring John Mellencamp and Stephen Stills.Read More
From Rihanna to the Police: Tonic Ball reveals its honored acts
Organizers of the 22nd edition of Tonic Ball on Thursday unveiled the quartet of honored artists and the date for this year’s event.Read More
Indiana University Health Foundation, the fundraising arm of IU Health’s adult hospitals, is launching the campaign with the ambitious goal of making Indiana one of the healthiest states in the country.
Republican Jefferson Shreve has self-funded 93%, or all but $930,000, of the $14.45 million reported since he joined the race in February.
Brad Chambers, a late entry into the 2024 governor’s race, is expected to receive strong support from the business community but lacks the statewide name recognition of other high-profile candidates.
IBJ Podcast: Brothers behind tech firm Qualifi on being Black founders, raising capital, ‘unwillingness to die’
Darrian and Devyn Mikell discuss the inspiration they’ve received from their family (including an older brother with a Pro Bowl career in the NFL); how they handle the rollercoaster of startup life; obstacles that Black entrepreneurs face; and the importance of a diverse staff.
The massive overhaul of the 47-year-old museum will require a closure of nearly a year-and-a-half, officials announced Tuesday morning.
Rev, a fundraiser for the Indiana University Health Foundation, is set for Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The campaign was privately launched in 2021 and has already raised $3.4 million from more than 150 donors.
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun’s campaign logged more than $2.9 million in contributions—some of it transferred from his own federal accounts—during the period running from July through the end of 2022, according to filings.
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun, Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and Fort Wayne businessman Eric Doden all enter the race with at least $1 million in their campaign coffers, with more than 17 months left to raise substantially more before the May primary in 2024.
Already, the zoo has raised 60%, or $31.8 million, of its goal, with gifts from several institutions, including the Lilly Endowment.
The school says the campaign, titled “Journey to 2030: Always Forward,” had already raised $240 million prior to the public launch last week.
The Women’s Fund of Central Indiana, which brought Michelle Obama to Gainbridge Fieldhouse in 2018, plans to host “The Power of Women: An Evening with Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex” next month.
Although he has been denounced by former President Trump, Mike Pence has been traveling the country, holding events and raising millions for candidates and Republican groups.
The not-for-profit organization said it has outgrown its existing 15,000-square-foot headquarters building at 26 N. Arsenal Ave. due to heavy demand for its services and programs.
Charitable gambling—once a juggernaut in Indiana—has declined in recent years due to the challenges navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and its ensuing supply chain disruptions and inflation, with many organizations closing down completely.
Levinson Family Hall, which opened to the public in summer 2021, connects existing science building Gallahue Hall to the Holcomb Building, which previously housed the Andre B. Lacy School of Business.
The group is launching an annual fundraising campaign to help pay for gravel parking lots, access roads, signage, security lighting and cameras, and boat ramps for areas along the White River in Hamilton, Marion and Morgan counties.