Members of the Pearson Automotive Tennis Club in Zionsville receive training from U.S. Professional Tennis Association-certified professionals on staff, including four instructors who are in the Indiana Tennis Hall of Fame.
The Carmel-based auction services company declined to say how many of its 1,000 employees in Indiana would be affected by the transaction. But it said the buyer—Carvana Co.—will not require any employees to relocate.
Changes at Emagine Noblesville at Hamilton Town Center—formerly Hamilton 16 IMAX + GDX—include the installation of heated recliners and two 18-seat screening rooms for private events.
Under the relatively rare model, a bank offers its expertise and capabilities to a fintech, allowing the fintech to provide iservices that require the involvement of a federally regulated and insured institution.
No longer in a renovated barn, the Rail reboot will be reminiscent of original business model that combined sandwiches with a market.
For at least the next five years, Fifth Third Bank will be naming-rights sponsor of box offices at Carmel’s Center for the Performing Arts.
The long-running footwear store will own space below the residential condominiums at the Old Meridian Street location and lease some of it to other retailers.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana decision stems from Zionsville Mayor Emily Styron’s decision to revise the job description of longtime Fire Chief James C. VanGorder.
Kate Drury, founder of The Flying Cupcake, opened The Lemon Bar in October 2017 in the renovated site of an abandoned garage. She cited staffing shortages as the reason behind its impending closure.
This is the sixth round of funding Lumavate has announced since its founding in 2015. The company offers a no-code platform that clients can use to create smartphone apps.
Greenfield city officials argue that a local not-for-profit group can’t provide proof of ownership for much of the collection of writings, furniture, paintings and other items stored at the James Whitcomb Riley Boyhood Home and Museum.
The tasting room and production site near the Boone County Courthouse will become third 1205 Distillery location, joining sites in Fletcher Place and Westfield.
Torchy’s, which launched as a food trailer in Austin in 2006, opened its first Indiana restaurant last April in Jeffersonville.
Jake Gilbert, head football coach at Westfield High School, has coached the Shamrocks since 2010 and was elected to the city council in 2019.
Real estate executive Turner Woodard has closed on the acquisition of the former Horton Fan Factory in Carmel and plans to market it to an array of potential users.
The Utah-based gourmet cookie franchise arrived in Indiana with five stores in 2021, starting with a Fishers location a year ago.
Matt Trnian has worked in various management positions at Grand Park Sports Campus since its opening in 2014.
With the acquisition of British Columbia-based Groundswell Cloud Solutions, GyanSys now has more than 250 employees who work in the firm’s Salesforce practice.
DriverReach, founded in 2016, offers a platform that makes it easier for customers to hire commercial truck drivers. The company said it plans to use its additional funding on hiring and product research and development.