New Jersey-based Enzon Pharmaceuticals Inc. has sold its Indianapolis plant that manufactures specialty drugs in a deal that
could top $300 million. The buyer says that the operations, which employ about 100, will remain in the city.
St. Vincent Health is near an agreement to take over The Care Group LLC, the city’s largest independent physician practice
and largest cardiology group in the nation.
The Justice Department imposed major conditions upon Live Nation and Ticketmaster in approving the companies’ merger, moves
Assistant Attorney General Christine Varney said would have the effect of lowering ticket prices.
An Indianapolis-based grocery wholesaler has purchased the assets of a convenience store supplier in Danville, enabling it
to expand its number of customers to 800 in five states.
These deals had no price tag, but still were significant.
WellPoint’s sale of its NextRx unit was the largest deal in the Indianapolis area in 2009.
Pent-up demand, anticipated thaw in financing might cause business valuations to rise modestly
Indianapolis-based HP Products Corp. announced Tuesday morning that it has completed its acquisition of Great Lakes Supply and Chemical in Michigan City.
PNC Financial is still digesting its $5.6 billion acquisition of National City Corp., but a quiet fight almost certainly
is under way over its lucrative private banking clients.
Omnicity makes seventh acquisition since going public in February. The Rushville company aims to be nation’s largest wireless
broadband provider in rural markets.
The Indiana Cooperative Library Services Authority, known as ICOLSA, has merged with the Michigan Library Consortium to form
the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services.
After 36 years of flying smaller planes painted in the colors of the major airlines for which it flies under contract,
Republic Airways Holdings in 2009 became a branded airline operator of its own.
The decade witnessed a massive terrorist attack, two wars, and a building-and-buyout boom fueled by easy credit.
The Steak n Shake Co. is taking a dramatic turn away from its core business with a bid to purchase a Michigan insurer in a
deal valued at almost $37 million.
The Steak n Shake Co. has offered to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Fremont Michigan Insuracorp Inc. in a deal
that could be worth almost $37 million.
The firm founded in 1999 recently announced it bought Indianapolis-based Zent Consulting. Financial terms
of the deal were not disclosed.