Zionsville-based Oobatz! will open in building formerly occupied by Uno Chicago Grill.
The $2.75 drop is meant to enhance the concert experience at Klipsch Music Center and The Lawn at White River State Park.
ProClad Inc. founder Brad Hitzfield invested in a 30-year business veteran to help him remake his
specialty construction firm when profits couldn’t keep pace with revenue.
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard say more local transit options are needed despite the steep cost. A ballot referendum would be required so voters could consider a 0.3-percent income-tax increase to pay for a $1.3 billion project.
Huntington Beach, Calif.-based BJ’s opened its first central Indiana location in 2008 at Greenwood Park Mall.
The molecular-imaging company is trying to transition its business model and get beyond a going-concern warning.
Rochester Medical Implants plans to move operations from Rochester to Noblesville in October. The company has 28 employees.
Nine family-practice doctors are set to leave their large physician group and join Noblesville’s Riverview Hospital, more than tripling their revenue-generating potential.
As efforts drag on to study and fund a commuter rail system using the former Nickel Plate rail line, the group now using the 37-mile corridor to run excursion trains in Hamilton County and to the Indiana State Fair is looking at running its trains farther south—to downtown.
Medical imaging equipment maker Positron Corp. has agreed to move its operations to Noblesville, where it plans to invest $55 million to open a high-tech facility that will make isotopes used in cardiac PET scans.
Live Nation Entertainment has scaled back summer concert schedules at large amphitheaters across the country, and that includes one of its top performers, Verizon Wireless Music Center in Noblesville.
An executive at the Noblesville firm’s parent company said the departures of CEO Don Dumoulin and Chief Financial Officer Yun Kim were the result of a “mutual agreement.” A search is under way for replacements to lead one of the area’s largest medical device manufacturers.
The once ballyhooed Jack Nicklaus-designed course near State Road 37 and 166th Street was perilously near bankruptcy just
a year ago.
Frankfort-based bank plans to open locations in Fishers and Noblesville as part of its plan to expand its presence in Hamilton