Orbis was founded in 2003 by Daniel Briggs, who now serves as the company’s chief growth officer. The firm markets and manages health care programs for academic institutions and health care systems.
Fred M. Fehsenfeld, who died Nov. 28 at 94, built an Indianapolis-based company that employs 6,500 people around the world in the core industries of environmental and remediation, specialty chemicals and fuel products, and construction and materials.
Founded in 2016, ClearScholar is the second company in the High Alpha portfolio to be snapped up in the last four months.
It’s been a bumpy ride for North American Midway Entertainment, which was sold in 2015 to a Connecticut-based buyer for $75.5 million. One of its former owners just bought it back for $23.5 million.
This year, Indianapolis’ largest car wash chain—which is also one of the nation’s largest—marks its 70th anniversary. Sort of.
Heartland Food Products Group said it plans to leave its offices at Clay Terrace for a bigger headquarters within 18 months. The move would allow the firm to add about 130 employees.
With the addition of NetShape Technologies, Westfield’s Metal Powder Products has 1,200 employees in the U.S. and China and annual sales of $200 million.
Tech entrepreneur Scott Jones maintains the woman’s allegations that the consulting firm treated her unfairly and hoped to use her to perpetrate fraud are without merit.
After 33 years, the maker of industrial heat-exchange equipment will fuse to a similar German manufacturer.
IEA Energy Services has completed about 200 wind and solar projects around the country, including the 9,000-acre Benton County Wind Farm in northern Indiana.
The acquisition gives HighPoint Global about 350 employees and annual revenue of $140 million.
Mickey Maurer and Bob Schloss have shared ownership of the media company for 27 years but decided to bring in Nate Feltman as part of their succession plan.
K.B. Parrish & Co. is taking on a new name and expanding its services, with the goal of adding dozens of local workers within three years.
With the deal, T2 Systems gains access to new U.S. markets, its CEO said.
The Indianapolis brewery plans to expand its reach outside Indiana for the first time with distribution to “hundreds of liquor and grocery stores, bars and restaurants” in the two new markets.
Indianapolis-based Archway Technology Partners, which specializes in wealth management, reported revenue growth of 104 percent from 2013 to 2015.
Founded in 2009, Stratosphere Quality pushed revenues to about $122 million last year. It employs about 2,300 workers in 22 states, including about 400 in Indiana.