After his 60th season with the Indianapolis Indians, Max Schumacher has relinquished his roles as chairman and president. Two current executives with the Triple-A ballclub are moving up to fill his shoes.
The Indianapolis-based software firm fielded escalating offers over the years until a last-second reduction in bid price from buyer Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories Inc., according to a new public filing.
For the third time in a decade, CEO Jeff Smulyan is making an offer for the outstanding shares of Emmis Communications Corp., which runs radio stations and magazines in Indianapolis and major U.S. markets.
While his coaching resume speaks for itself, Tony Dungy’s greatest legacy may be the impact he’s had on people’s lives through various civic and charitable endeavors. “I never felt our only job was to win,” said Dungy, who went 85-27 with the Colts from 2002-08.
David Ricks fit the bill for the top job at Eli Lilly and Co. after 20 years with the firm in product development, sales and marketing, and public policy, according to outgoing CEO John Lechleiter.
John Lechleiter has been the company’s CEO since 2008. The announcement Wednesday morning of his retirement comes one day after the firm announced strong revenue and profit for its second quarter, indicating that Lechleiter’s initiatives have paid off.
The former ExactTarget CEO has been an investor and adviser in the software firm since late 2014, but recently decided he wanted to increase his role in the fast-growing firm.
The Indianapolis mortgage firm has promoted James Smith to the top spot vacated last year in an abrupt resignation by its founder.
The Indianapolis area’s largest commercial real estate brokerage is searching for a new director with the departure of John Merrill to co-lead the local office of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP.
Amber R. Van Til joined the Indiana Bankers Association in 2002 as a lobbyist. She’s the first woman to hold the title of president.
Indianapolis-based Parker Technology LLC has named Brian Wolff as its new CEO following a business-model overhaul for the 6-year-old firm.
Former Aprimo CEO Bill Godfrey, who steered the software company to a $525 million sale in 2010, has assembled some of its other former leaders for a Carmel-based startup.
Recent research has found that high-growth startups with women on their management teams outperform those with all-male teams—a discovery that has spurred several central Indiana organizations to step up efforts to boost gender diversity.
While many CEOs are planning for the next fiscal year, a cohort of local executives is planning for the next fiscal downturn. Group members have their eyes on 2019, forecast by some economists to be the year the next economic contraction arrives.
American Senior Communities has fired its chief operating officer and accepted the resignation of its chief financial officer—17 days after an FBI raid of its offices and the home of its former CEO James Burkhart.
Analysts say the hiring of Scott Durchslag suggests Angie’s List is intent on a turnaround and not a sale. The new CEO shared his vision Tuesday.