While the NFL owners meetings are all about big-boy business, the seating arrangement is decided by a tradition more akin to one you'd find in a junior high cafeteria.
The Colts recently contracted with California-based DeskSite to launch an app to feed fan laptops, tablets, desktop computers and televisions with on-demand Colts-centric video content.
The Indianapolis Colts don't appear to be in jeopardy of losing many sponsors after Jim Irsay's March 16 arrest for driving under the influence and illegal drug possession.
MainGate Inc. signed a 10-year deal to handle merchandise sales online and at LP Field for the Tennessee Titans.
International water polo leaders are counting on two top executives from the Pacers and Colts to bring a new level of show-time entertainment to one of the Olympics’ oldest sports.
Two Indianapolis-based companies help NFL score record Super Bowl merchandise sales in New York. But one local business executive calls this year’s big game massively expensive.
Many Indianapolis Colts fans are sweating that if Peyton Manning wins a Super Bowl, or two, with Denver that he could choose to be enshrined into the Hall of Fame as a Bronco instead of a Colt.
By asking for tax money to help finance an $87 million, 18,500-seat venue, soccer team owner Ersal Ozdemir is gambling with one of his franchise's most valuable assets.
Robert Griffin III is the most recent star who reportedly preferred to play in another market besides Indianapolis. With Colts' owner Jim Irsay's commitment to winning and his penchant for letting his guys do their jobs, you have to wonder why.
Neither Andrew Luck nor Paul George have yet earned the fan adoration of the star athletes they have supplanted on their respective rosters. It may take more than winning for the duo to rise to the level of Peyton Manning and Reggie Miller?
Almost everyone thinks Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay's comments this week were a barb at Peyton Manning. But is it possible they were actually directed more at Andrew Luck?
Klipsch CEO Paul Jacobs said the Indianapolis-based audio company took a pass on partnering with several other NFL quarterbacks before signing a deal in August with Andrew Luck.
Little-known production department staffer comes up with a brilliant idea to make the Colts' home venue one of the NFL's loudest once again.
The 39-year-old Colts offensive coordinator has Pac-12 experience, knows how to develop talent and can make an offense go. His lack of head coaching experience, though, could hurt his chances.