The number of Americans collecting unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level since Richard Nixon was president.
The company, which provides uniforms and other workplace supplies, said some of the workers can reapply for work at its other local plants.
The job cuts, which happened Thursday, are part of the company’s focus on “continued operational effectiveness,” a spokeswoman said.
More than a year after the local shutdown announcement that landed Carrier Corp. in the national news, the manufacturer has finally released an official count of the number of jobs it plans to cut.
They’re wondering if Angie’s List will be like ExactTarget, whose acquisition spawned job growth, or if jobs will erode over time. They’re also concerned about losing yet another mature, locally based tech firm with a major corporate presence.
The firm set to take over as health care provider for the Indiana Department of Corrections plans to hire most of the 700 employees of the vendor it will replace.
A crucial technology platform revamp didn’t go as planned last year, so Odyssey Media opted to rein in costs until that’s completed, according to its CEO.
The New York Stock Exchange has notified HHGregg that the company’s stock price needs rise above avoid a delisting. Its market cap also needs a boost.
Eli Lilly and Co. plans to lay off hundreds of U.S. sales representatives in coming months, following the disappointing failure of an experimental drug for Alzheimer’s disease announced last week.
President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence plan to be in Indianapolis on Thursday to detail the deal.
The Star is seeking to eliminate the paper’s copy desk and move those duties to Louisville. But the newsroom’s union plans to fight to keep the jobs in Indianapolis.
Hundreds of employees at Rexnord Corp.’s west-side plant would lose their jobs if the firm goes through with the plans announced Friday.
After a six-year run-up for the Indianapolis-based oil refiner that saw its revenue nearly double, the company has eliminated about 25 jobs, 2 percent of its workforce, in recent months.
The only memories of thousands of long-gone manufacturing jobs are the giant, vacant factories left behind when companies bolt—after consolidation, restructuring or in search of cheaper labor.
Trump, a frequent critic of trade deals, twice referred to Carrier as he discussed trade and jobs at a Republican presidential debate Saturday night in South Carolina.