The Carmel-based trucking insurer says its chief accounting officer is no longer with the company after spending little more than a year in the position.
Seattle-based Amazon employs more than 9,000 full-time workers at its five Indiana fulfillment centers, four of which are in central Indiana—with plans to add more positions.
A fresh round of sales declines at Macy’s Inc. and Kohl’s Corp., though less severe than Wall Street had feared, is renewing concerns that the department-store industry can’t pull out of a years-long slump.
The departure of Timothy Hassinger comes as Dow AgroSciences’ parent prepares to merge with chemical giant DuPont.
Indianapolis-based Archway Technology Partners, which specializes in wealth management, reported revenue growth of 104 percent from 2013 to 2015.
One of the projects will be located at the global headquarters of the Fortune 500 engine maker, and the other will involve construction of a new railroad overpass in the city.
The job cuts, which happened Thursday, are part of the company’s focus on “continued operational effectiveness,” a spokeswoman said.
A week after the announced acquisition of Angie's List, its shares are trading 38 percent above the offer price—signaling optimism about the forthcoming public company combining Angie's List and HomeAdvisor.
They’re wondering if Angie’s List will be like ExactTarget, whose acquisition spawned job growth, or if jobs will erode over time. They’re also concerned about losing yet another mature, locally based tech firm with a major corporate presence.
The Indianapolis-based retailer, which has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, has filed a plan with the court to close its 132 stores and sell off its remaining merchandise if it can’t find a buyer by April 7.
The Trump administration won’t ban a common pesticide sold by the Indianapolis firm, reversing efforts by the Obama administration to bar the chemical based on findings it could hinder development of children’s brains.
The Indianapolis-based appliance and electronics retailer says it has interest from dozens of potential purchasers.
The news comes one day after the Indianapolis-based retailer announced that it was closing 88 stores and three distribution centers
The Indianapolis-based company said it has seen positive results from efficiency and cost-cutting actions it took in 2016.
The New York Stock Exchange has notified HHGregg that the company’s stock price needs rise above avoid a delisting. Its market cap also needs a boost.
The deal would mark the end of Indianapolis-based Stonegate’s stint as a public company, which has largely disappointed investors since its IPO in 2013.