The market’s latest moves came as earnings reporting season kicked off. Like the broader market, financial stocks drifted between gains and losses for much of the day before turning higher in the afternoon.
Indy Eleven first pro team in state to get back into action during pandemic
The Indy Eleven soccer team got back into action Saturday, opening its 2020 home season before a thinned-out crowd at Lucas Oil Stadium.Read More
Capital Improvement Board misses May revenue mark by nearly 70%
The CIB, which operates the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium, on Friday said May income fell significantly short of both previous-year and budgeted totals because of the pandemic.Read More
JW reopens with new safety protocols, updated rooms
Guests who stay at the hotel will see a variety of changes, including plexiglass barriers at check-in counters and an increase to the amount of time allocated for room cleanings.Read More
Convention Center gets back in the game by hosting basketball tournament
The Nike Tournament of Champions, a 300-team girls basketball event, is expected to bring 9,000 people to Indianapolis through Sunday, injecting an estimated $8.9 million into the local economy.Read More
Facing eight federal lawsuits and opposition from hundreds of universities, the administration called off a rule that would have required international students to transfer or leave the country if their schools held classes entirely online because of the pandemic.
Senior Trump administration officials have begun signaling their willingness to approve a narrow extension of the enhanced unemployment benefits helping tens of millions of jobless Americans hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
The not-for-profit Ad Council created the campaign in collaboration with IBM, Apple and members of the Business Roundtable, along with the White House and the workforce policy advisory board.
With about 9,300 locations in the United States, Walgreens is one of the largest retailers by store count.
The results from JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citigroup on Tuesday offer perhaps the broadest glimpse yet into how badly the pandemic is affecting the financial health of American consumers and businesses.
Indiana has seen COVID-19 cases rise by more than 4,000 over the past week, up from an increase of just over 3,000 the previous week.
The Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc. on Tuesday announced plans to dedicate up to $20 million to organizations serving youth populations during the ongoing public health crisis.
Robots that can cook—from flipping burgers to baking bread—are becoming more popular as virus-wary kitchens try to put some distance between workers and customers.
Some economists said the June rise in prices would ease concerns that the country could be in danger of slipping into a destabilizing period of deflation, something not seen in the United States since the Great Depression.
New treatment options for COVID-19 could arrive months before a vaccine, senior Trump administration officials said at a briefing Monday, and will still be needed even after a vaccine is developed.
Established in 1918, RTW Retailwinds operates nearly 400 locations in 32 states, including four in Indiana.
The lawsuit challenges a recently announced directive saying international students cannot stay in the United States if they take all their classes online this fall.
Transit officials are studying more advanced methods that might someday automatically disinfect transit systems around the clock.
The Indiana State Health Department on Monday reported 114 new cases and 25 more deaths at nursing homes over the past week.
As officials prepare for the Nov. 3 election, one certainty is clear: It’s coming with a big price tag.
The Indiana State Department of Health on Sunday said 9.9% of the state’s intensive care units were occupied by COVID-19 patients.
Marion County has now seen more than 12,000 cases during the pandemic, accounting for 23.5% of Indiana’s total.
Gilead Sciences Inc. advanced after reporting its Remdesivir treatment cut COVID-19 mortality risk by 62%.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Friday said businesses must comply beginning Monday or risk losing their licenses. She pointed to “stalled” progress in suppressing the virus.