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
Former IU athletic director Glass joining Indianapolis law firm
Fred Glass, 61, will become a partner at Taft Stettinius & Hollister, where he will operate a general business law practice, while also handling matters related to higher education, employment, government matters, sports, media and entertainment.Read More
UPDATE: Indiana House leadership changes as session nears end
House Speaker Brian Bosma, the longest-serving House speaker in state history, stepped down Monday and was replaced by Rep. Todd Huston.Read More
Paul Babcock, director of the Indianapolis Office of Public Health and Safety, will take over for longtime President & CEO Matthew Gutwein, who is leaving after 18 years in the job.
Five days after firing Nate McMillan, Pacers President Kevin Pritchard has embarked on a search for a replacement who can communicate better with today’s players and coaches a more updated playing style.
Steve Latour, former chief housing officer for the Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity’s national housing corporation, will take over the Westfield Chamber of Commerce’s top position starting Sept. 8.
Indianapolis Department of Development Director Emily Mack is leaving her position after four years, Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Tuesday.
Paul Keenan formerly led the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, which is comprised of five Behavioral Analysis Units, popularized on the CBS drama “Criminal Minds.”
Fomer Dean Steve Sandifird in March accepted a new job as Peoria, Illinois-based Bradley University’s president. His contract there begins next week.
Christel House, which operates K-12 charter schools in high-poverty areas, did not provide a reason for Peterson’s departure. He took the job in October 2018, succeeding founder Christel DeHaan.
Jeff Brown took the interim role in December after the retirement of Catherine O’Connor, who had led the domestic-violence shelter and services provider since 2014.
Calumet CEO Tim Go, who has spearheaded turnaround efforts at the Indianapolis-based oil refiner and maker of specialty petroleum products, will leave his post at the end of May.
Katrice Hardy will become the first African-American and first woman to hold the title of executive editor at The Indianapolis Star.
Lori White will be the first woman and the first person of color to serve as president of the 183-year-old school. When she begins her job in July, White will be the only black woman leading a university in Indiana and one of just a few in the nation doing so, the school said.
Karen E. Bravo has been named dean of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, pending formal approval by the IU Board of Trustees at its April meeting.
Franklin College on Monday named Kerry Prather as president. Prather was appointed acting president effective Jan. 14 after the school fired President Thomas Minar, who faces three criminal charges related to child solicitation.
The Kroger Co. on Tuesday announced it has promoted Colleen Juergensen to take over as president of the chain’s Central division, replacing the retiring Pam Matthews.
As commissioner, Bobby Cox pushed for more corporate sponsors and better technology while promoting better sportsmanship and stronger health initiatives.
Dave Calhoun, who officially took charge Monday, pushed to release humiliating internal messages last week even though they may darken public perception for years to come.
Chicago-based venture capital firm M25 on Tuesday announced the opening of an Indianapolis office and the hiring of Launch Indy Executive Director Katie Birge to open the office.
The abrupt sackings of four-time series champion Sebastien Bourdais and popular veteran James Hinchcliffe has made for an offseason of distasteful business decisions that has contributed to a rapidly changing landscape in a series trying to make a comeback.
After 30 years, Patrick Early, 62, plans to hand off the role to longtime firm employee Benjamin Kimmerling.