The owner of a Greenfield insurance and financial business was charged Wednesday with stealing $1.2 million from clients in a securities and investment fraud scheme.
Greenfield leaders hopeful city will recover from losing Elanco HQ
Elanco Animal Health Inc.’s announcement Friday that it will move its headquarters to Indianapolis came as a surprise to many business leaders in Greenfield. While disappointed, they say they are hopeful the move won’t be a significant blow to the city’s economy.Read More
Oregon-based drive-thru coffee chain coming to Indy market
The Human Bean, which opened its first shop in 1998, is coming to Westfield. The local franchisee said he’s scouting Hamilton County for more sites. Also this week: Noble Roman’s, Big Woods and more.Read More
Reservoir cleanup costs spur division in tony Geist
More than 1,400 Geist households want a special taxing district that would raise money to maintain the reservoir. But other residents say the taxes would benefit mostly lakefront property owners, not people who live a few blocks away.Read More
Amazon plans new Indianapolis-area distribution facility with up to 1,000 employees
The Seattle-based e-commerce company plans to use a 660,384-square-foot building that’s already under construction for an an “inbound cross dock” center.Read More
Shares in Elanco rose 2.8% Wednesday morning after the approval was announced, to $24.13 each.
BWI Group—also known as BeijingWest Industries Co.—said the layoffs are necessary because Gov. Eric Holcomb ordered all non-essential businesses closed and because the Ford plants it supplies have shut down their production lines.
Over the past two years, Hancock Health has bought 140 acres of empty farmland at the Mount Comfort exit of Interstate 70 for a development it has named Hancock Gateway Park.
Business is booming at Greenfield manufacturer ATMI Indy LLC, which is acquiring the property to accommodate the company’s growth.
Connecticut-based Stanley Black & Decker said last month that it was planning to cut $200 million in annual costs “from headcount actions across the company as well as executing some footprint rationalization opportunities.”
The Indianapolis-based firm on Tuesday broke ground on a $78 million, 508,104-square-foot building—the first of four planned structures as it shifts focus to industrial development.
The audit determined that Greenfield-Central Schools’ former business manager, former assistant superintendent and former associate superintendent were each significantly overpaid between 2010 and 2018.
The next few years will be big for Fortville as it launches several projects near downtown that aim to make the area more pedestrian-friendly and draw in more businesses.
Two Indianapolis-area subsidiaries of Japanese companies are among hundreds of firms granted permission to import millions of tons of steel without paying the hefty tariff President Trump put in place to protect U.S. manufacturers and jobs.
Angela Ahrendts, who was born and raised in New Palestine in Hancock County and received her undergraduate merchandising and marketing degree from Ball State University, spent five years overseeing Apple's 506 retail stores and e-commerce operations.
Mount Comfort Road in Hancock County could see an additional half billion dollars in economic impact by 2030 if community leaders capitalize on a plan to develop the busy corridor.
A McCordsville winery is closing its tasting room and calling off public events amid an ongoing battle with the town over a noise ordinance.
The Eli Lilly and Co.-owned animal medicine maker’s shares rose to $36 each at closing Thursday, up from their $24 offering price.
The city of Fishers is partnering with Greenfield-based, not-for-profit Brandywine Creek Farms to open a 40-acre urban farm called Fishers Agripark.
Indianapolis officials desperate for money to repair roads are considering whether they should try to collect income taxes from suburbanites who don't live in the city but who travel there for work.
The retail giant confirmed to IBJ on Friday that it intends to rehire DHL workers, who also could have a chance to transfer to other DHL facilities.
Sen. Mike Crider of Greenfield says he doesn’t have the financial support needed to continue his 6th District campaign.