Charles Venable, who came to Newfields in 2012, stepped down Wednesday amid controversy over a job posting.
Presidential preferences: Finding an IU leader to please all constituencies will be challenging
Students want a president that’s focused more on their wellbeing. Faculty members want a leader with a background in academia. And members of the business community say they hope IU’s next president sets the university up to better meet the needs of Indiana employers and the jobs of tomorrow.Read More
Old-line metal-fabrication company sees revenue surge under new ownership
Until a few years ago, Indianapolis-based IMH Products was stuck in neutral—turning a profit, yes, but doing so with outdated equipment and without an emphasis on growth.Read More
Deputy mayor for economic development leaving administration
Angela Smith Jones, deputy mayor for economic development for Indianapolis since 2016, is joining Health and Hospital Corp. as the vice president of diversity and inclusion.Read More
Pacers fire McMillan as head coach after another first-round playoff exit
Nate McMillan took over coaching duties of the Pacers prior to the 2016-17 season. The firing comes less than two weeks after the team gave him a contract extension.Read More
Connie Lawson, 71, is the longest-serving secretary of state in Indiana history. She said she was stepping down to focus on her health and family.
Tony Satterthwaite, president and COO since October 2019, will move into the new position of vice chairman, while Jennifer Rumsey, president of the company’s Components business, will succeed Satterthwaite as president and COO.
Mike Schmuhl, 38, will run on a ticket with Myla Eldridge, clerk of Marion County since 2014.
Joshua Smiley, who was Lilly’s second-highest-paid employee, was named CFO in January 2018. Lilly said Smiley also engaged in “inappropriate personal communications” with other employees.
Roz Brewer will be the only Black woman leading a Fortune 500 company when she joins Walgreen’s on March 15.
Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni would replace Doug Pederson, the former Super Bowl-winning coach who was dismissed by Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie following a 4-11-1 season.
President Trump declined to participate in any of the symbolic passing-of-the-torch traditions surrounding the peaceful transition of power, including inviting the Joe and Jill Biden to the White House for a get-to-know-you visit. But he did leave a note.
President-elect Joe Biden has chosen Rohit Chopra to be the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. He announced the move Monday, along with his intent to nominate Gary Gensler as the next chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
When Anthony Castonzo first arrived in Indianapolis in 2011, he figured he’d be a short-timer. He wound up starting at left tackle for the next decade.
At Eskenazi Health, Tedd Grain, who had been at LISC since 2009, will be tackling food access issues, economic mobility and other social factors that affect local residents’ health status.
The new owners of JC Penney replaced CEO Jill Soltau less than a month after re-launching the department store chain that went bankrupt during the pandemic.
Former Indiana State Rep. Karlee Macer, who represented Speedway and the west side of Indianapolis from 2012 until this year, announced on Twitter on Monday that she would seek the position.
Ron Klain served as chief of staff for Biden during President Barack Obama’s first term, was chief of staff to Vice President Al Gore in the mid-1990s and was a key adviser on the Biden campaign, guiding Biden’s debate preparations and coronavirus response.
Biden’s top advisers have spent months quietly working on how best to implement his agenda, with hundreds of transition officials preparing to get to work inside various federal agencies.
First-time NBA head coach Nate Bjorkgren on Wednesday presented a different kind of vision, one Pacers fans may embrace after watching years of stodgy, half-court basketball.
Peter Dinwiddie, an Indianapolis native, has been a key member in the Pacers front office for more than decade, moving quickly up the ladder after starting in the ticket office.
Lewis Ricci has led the Indiana Arts Commission as executive director since October 2006.