Eight former employees who say firings were racially motivated agree to $2.75M settlement from Lottery
The Hoosier Lottery has agreed to pay $2.75 million to settle a lawsuit filed by eight black former employees who claim racial
discrimination motivated their firing four years ago.
Carmel businessman Dan Laikin finds himself in the awkward spot of denying wrongdoing at the same time the three men accused
of conspiring with him in a stock-manipulation scheme are admitting guilt.
Harlan Bakeries recently filed a lawsuit against equipment vendor Doboy Inc., saying it provided faulty equipment to package Harlan’s cream-cheese-filled bagels.
Among defendants named in a Missouri lawsuit against investment firm Stifel Nicolaus and Co. is Stifel Managing Director Jeffrey
Cohen, who is based in the company’s Indianapolis
Executives make many trips to Washington to argue for 14 years of sales exclusivity for new drugs made from cells
Eli Lilly & Co. executives are making many trips to Washington to argue for 14 years of sales exclusivity for new drugs made
More former franchisees have joined a lawsuit against Noble Roman’s Inc., raising the prospect that a courtroom loss could
sink the locally based pizza chain.
Four Indiana businesses have joined more than 100 major companies in an open letter to President Barack Obama, outlining what
they believe are weaknesses of patent reform legislation now before Congress and voicing concern about its potential economic
NCAA dominates ownership of such familiar terms as ‘March Madness,’ ‘Sweet Sixteen,’ ‘Elite Eight,’ ‘Final Four’
Most intellectual property rights to catchy basketball trademarks belong to the NCAA.
John Erlandson, 63, of Lebanon, holds the patent on a recycled-rubber pencil,
which Staples plans to start selling in June.
It’s time for Indiana to get rid of a law that limits liquor distribution to in-state companies.