Professionals liquidating the not-for-profit have so far recovered nearly 68 percent of the $82 million owed
William Boncosky spent seven years at the ExactTarget, a span when the firm’s employment grew from 14 to 500.
The state Supreme Court is considering changing Indiana’s rules governing advertising by attorneys.
Indianapolis Business Journal and The Wall Street Journal have joined the legal fight to unseal search
warrant documents related to the federal investigation of businessman Tim Durham.
A contentious split between two prominent accounting partners is getting even uglier after a lawsuit filed by one of them
has the other pledging to counter sue.
Tim Durham struck a deal to sell a vintage Duesenberg for $1 million before auctioning off the same vehicle for $2.9 million,
according to the small-town Michigan mayor who said he agreed to buy it.
The Akron company had been meeting its obligations for decades before Tim Durham acquired it seven years ago.
A federal judge has preliminarily approved a settlement in which a central Indiana concrete company agreed to pay $29 million
to resolve a class-action antitrust lawsuit alleging it and six other companies conspired to fix the price of ready-mixed
The former business manger of a central Indiana factory has been sentenced to two years in prison for embezzling $700,000.
The minority-owned logistics firm is also involved in a legal battle with a Washington state firm over the loss of its Boeing
Judge Sarah Evans Barker declared a Massachusetts woman in contempt of court for failing to remove her negative Internet
postings about an Indianapolis cosmetic surgeon.
Indianapolis-based Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory is one of two companies that have emerged as potential
suitors of the embattled Memory Gardens Management Corp.