As a result of the deal, Jon Russell, the son of Celadon co-founder Steve Russell, is expected to leave the company for a management position with the acquiring firm.
Synovia Solutions, known for its Here Comes the Bus app, has been acquired by a transportation technology company based in Irvine, California.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. on Friday won a shareholder vote to approve its takeover of Celgene Corp., paving the way to close the largest pharmaceutical merger in history and create a cancer-drug giant.
Software maker Determine Inc.'s investment bankers contacted dozens of prospective suitors as the company racked up millions of dollars in losses and burned through cash.
Indianapolis-based accounting firm Katz Sapper & Miller has sold a majority stake in KSM Consulting to Philadelphia-based private equity firm Renovus Capital Partners.
The Indianapolis-based trucking company said the divestitures are part of its larger plan to streamline operations and reduce its debt load.
Health insurer Centene Corp. has agreed to buy managed-care provider WellCare Health Plans Inc., expanding in the market for government insurance plans just as politicians in Washington, D.C., appear to be gearing up for another health-policy clash.
More than 20 years after founding his tech consulting and development firm Studio Science, Kristian Andersen has sold the company to a group of investors led by CEO Steve Pruden.
Berry Global Group CEO Tom Salmon, already coming off a string of acquisitions, is making the company’s biggest purchase amid a rapidly consolidating market for plastic packaging.
Martinsville-based For Bare Feet Inc., a 35-year-old manufacturer and distributor of novelty socks, has been sold.
Anthem and Cigna are battling in court over whether one owes the other billions in damages for the collapse of their proposed merger.
The ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., came Tuesday in the high-stakes competition case, approving one of the biggest media marriages ever.
U.S. Democratic lawmakers challenged top executives of T-Mobile and Sprint on Wednesday over their pledge not to raise prices for wireless services or hurt competition if their $26.5 billion merger goes through.
Canvas Talent Inc. will continue to operate as an independent business unit in Indianapolis, and company officials said they expect the number of employees to grow significantly because of the acquisition.
When the Indianapolis-based drug giant made its initial offer Dec. 20, it said it wanted to seal the deal before the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, which ran Jan. 7-10 in San Francisco.
Portland-based InDinero’s purchase adds 36 employees, including 17 CPAs, to its 200-person workforce.