Shares of The Finish Line Inc., HHGregg Inc. and Shoe Carnival Inc. have been on a tear this year, rebounding to outperform the major stock indexes and rising at least 40 percent in value through the first of December. By comparison, the S&P 500 has gained about 28 percent.
An Indianapolis-based pets TV show now seen in six states is galloping off in search of new territory—much like a fearless puppy.
Two Indiana-based banks showed up on a national ranking of best non-interest income as a percentage of operating revenue: Evansville-based Old National Bancorp and South Bend’s 1st Source Corp.
The appeals court declined to hear an appeal from Getrag Transmission of a Tipton County judge's ruling that the lawsuit filed by Walbridge Construction should go to trial or settlement.
The layoffs at the end of September will come as the base transitions from a mobilization site for U.S. troops to a mission focusing more on training.
Bowen Technovation President Jeff Bowen says the university unfairly favored his Florida-based competitor to install a sophisticated audio-visual system for its new planetarium, but Ball State maintains there was nothing wrong with its process for awarding the nearly $2 million contract.
Successful professionals that double as weekend race warriors and gear heads are drawn to a racetrack and club on the edge of the middle of nowhere by their love of cars and need for speed.
When Michael Harris resigned abruptly last September as chancellor of Indiana University’s Kokomo campus, he did not go quietly, according to a series of emails he exchanged with IU administrators.
A central Indiana county has given the go-ahead to a proposed $300 million wind farm while also approving restrictions that address concerns about the project's impact on property values.
The 500 Festival Mini Marathon in May will once again focus Hoosier attention on distance running—a sport where shifting demographics and rising interest have combined to generate strong sponsorship revenue.
Contech Castings LLC has suspended certain operations at plants in Auburn and Pierceton and laid off more than 200 employees after losing a customer to a competitor.
Chrysler Group LLC plans to invest a total $374 million and add 1,250 jobs in Kokomo and Tipton, the company confirmed Thursday.