Military contracts have helped shore up sagging sales at University Loft Co., the furniture maker federal agents raided two
weeks ago. Still, University
Loft’s work force is almost 50 percent off its recent peak.
Bill Simpson’s Impact Racing LLC reached an agreement Thursday with an industry-certification group that will allow the company
to continue selling race car safety gear made this year and last.
Stanley Black & Decker, based in New Britain, Conn., reported 2009 profit of $224 million. Its Indianapolis-based security
division, one of three segments, accounted for more than half those earnings.
It’s hard to imagine an invention more commonly used than the light bulb. It’s a shame that by 2014 we probably
won’t be able to buy them anymore, at least not as readily as we do now.
An upstart audio products company with offices at Purdue Research Park at AmeriPlex has brought in big guns to launch sales.
Truss Manufacturing Co., a fixture along U.S. 31 in Westfield since 1959, in October changed its name to TMC Building Products
to emphasize its expansion into other supplies.
Two former Klipsch Group engineers plan to return to the market a brand of amplifiers famous among audio enthusiasts. Indy
Audio Labs, owned by Rick Santiago and Ted Moore, bought the Aragon and Acurus brands of amps, pre-amps and sound processors
from Klipsch and are planning a
With a recent surge in overseas sales, Pure Air Systems is reaping the benefits of incorporating new technology into its product
Even after a string of acquisitions, Dow AgroSciences is a bit player in the seed business. But the new genetically
modified corn it developed with St. Louis-based giant Monsanto Co. finally provides the breakthrough product that could grow
its seed sales substantially.
Since January, Heartland Distillers has turned out several small batches of its first signature spirit—Indiana Vodka—available at about 300 area retailers.
In a state steeped in advanced research that spawns biomedical companies by the dozen, Apricity LLC is preposterously low-tech,
given that its latest product is nothing more than a warm blanket.
The Indiana Recycling Coalition scored big in the just-concluded session of the Indiana General Assembly with the passage
of House Bill 1589, which requires that electronics manufacturers help pay for recycling of their old televisions and computer
Though plagued by debt, Allison Transmission recently plowed millions of dollars into experimental technology that could lead
to new products.