Centaur plans to sell a casino west of Denver and a stalled casino development near Pittsburgh.
American International Group Inc. has agreed to sell a majority stake in its Evansville-based consumer lending unit, getting
rid of an operation that posted about $1.7 billion in operating losses since 2008 and accumulated more than $17 billion in
The communications company said in a news release that CEO Jeff Smulyan is continuing to negotiate with a group of preferred
and is considering another buyout option that would not require their consent.
Television station owners affiliated with NBC agreed to support Comcast Corp.’s purchase of NBC Universal after the
company pledged it won’t shift events such as the Olympics and U.S. football to cable, an executive said.
The recent chatter followed the bank board’s decision to award CEO Milton J. Miller II a severance agreement entitling him to extra pay in the event of a merger.
Duke Realty Corp. plans to buy out its partner in a joint venture that owns 106 industrial buildings in the Midwest and Southeast,
the Indianapolis-based company announced Wednesday.
The U.S. Justice Department said AMC Entertainment Group Inc., the second-largest U.S. movie theater owner, must sell some
cinemas to proceed with plans to buy most of those operated by Kerasotes Showplace Theatres.
The foundation, founded by Dr. Chuck Dietzen, will absorb the Mercy Foundation, started by Dr. Mercy Obeime, in July.
Finish Line Inc. is working to deploy the money it has built up through cost-cutting. The 684-store
chain plans to reinvest in its core business, return cash to shareholders through higher dividends and share repurchases,
and diversify its business.
Gem Utilities Inc. and Gem Water Inc. have offered their sewer and water operations to the town of Cumberland for $6 million.
Simon’s rise suggested investors believe the company will be just fine without General Growth Properties Inc., the Chicago-based
rival it had been pursuing for months.
General Growth Properties Inc., the second-biggest U.S. mall owner, said a bankruptcy court hearing on its auction process
will be delayed five days to give the company time to consider competing bids, including one from Indianapolis-based Simon