Doxly, which helps clients collect and manage legal documents through a cloud-based platform, has been purchased by Litera Microsystems, a growing provider of document-management software.
The Indianapolis area’s largest credit union is joining a small but growing movement in the financial services industry by agreeing to acquire a community bank.
Carol Applegate and Lisa Dillman have joined their firms to form Applegate and Dillman Elder Law, they announced Tuesday.
The Morgan County town’s best-kept entrepreneurial secret might not be a secret much longer, thanks to private equity ownership, an expanded management team, and ambitious plans to double revenue.
On Aug. 5, GateHouse—a New York-based chain backed by an investment firm—announced a deal to buy Gannett for $1.4 billion.
Efficiencies wrought by the merger might result in publications that rely less on local reporters and more on USA Today-type stories produced or edited remotely and published in dozens of the company’s publications.
The consolidated organization is now serving Hendricks, Hancock, Marion and Hamilton counties.
Indianapolis-based Ratio Architects Inc., the city’s largest architectural firm, announced Tuesday that it was merging with Denver-based Humphries Poli Architects.
Journey Holding Corp.—formed this year through the merger of fast-growing Indianapolis-based tech company DoubleMap Inc. and Salt Lake City-based Ride Systems LLC—is being acquired by a transit-systems technology unit of Ford Motor Co.
Asbury Automotive Group, the nation’s seventh-largest auto retailer, now has made four acquisitions in the Indianapolis area totaling more than a quarter-billion dollars since 2017. Butler is being rebranded as part of the purchase.
The new publicly traded company will have sales of about $19 billion to $20 billion in 2020, the drugmakers said in a statement.
Colorado-based Vail Resorts Inc. plans to take over 17 U.S. ski areas ranging from the Northeast to the Midwest by acquiring Peak Resorts Inc. for $264 million.
CEO Jeff Smulyan says he still loves radio, but the 72-year-old pines to own businesses that have real growth potential, rather than fighting over nickels and dimes in a stagnant industry.
MainGate, a sports merchandising and marketing firm headquartered at 7900 Rockville Road on the city’s far-west side, employs about 220 people in the Indianapolis area.
The newly merged company has big plans for broad rollout of the natural stone, which is considered superior to other types of limestone quarried throughout the world.
The multibillion-dollar merger would combine Elanco, the fourth-largest global player in animal health, with Bayer’s pet-health division, which ranks fifth in veterinary medicine, Reuters reported. The combination would create a dominant force in the industry.
Emmis Communications said it is selling two of its three New York City radio stations to investment firm Standard General. In return, Emmis will receive $91.5 million in cash plus a significant share of a new public company that will own the two stations. Emmis stock soared after the deal was announced.
The move comes as Cummins, long known as a diesel engine powerhouse, expands its efforts in alternative powertrain technologies.