The Cake Bake Shop by Gwendolyn Rogers will join restaurants and shops along Disney’s BoardWalk near Orlando, Florida.
Aaron Williams, a Zionsville resident and client executive at Google, is planning to launch a shared kitchen and events center with his wife in Haughville this summer.
Snakeroot Botanicals, co-owned by Square Cat Vinyl founders Patrick Burtch and Mike Angel, plans to sell plants and herbs and other products in Hamilton County.
The deep-dish pizza specialist will add a Johnson County shop to a burgeoning roster that includes two Indianapolis locations and one in Carmel.
As part of its plans to spearhead sales growth, Kohl’s said it forecasts its Sephora business to become a $2 billion juggernaut.
The owner of The Human Bean in Indianapolis and Garbanzo Mediterranean Fresh in Zionsville tell host Mason King about the biggest hurdles they faced launching a restaurant (think rising labor costs and supply chain troubles) and why they don’t regret their mid-life career changes.
Record-breaking cash register receipts for restaurants that were able to weather the pandemic represent one statistic of a “trifecta” of big numbers affecting the industry.
When Target first announced in 2017 it would pay $15 an hour by 2020, it was one of the first major retailers to do so. But during the pandemic, a number of rivals like Best Buy followed suit, with some surpassing Target.
Some bars and liquor stores think they’ve found a way to punish Russia for invading Ukraine: They’re pulling Russian vodka off their shelves and pushing Ukrainian brands instead.
The moves are part of a larger effort to help the city’s core recover from the pandemic, and they’re getting help from a not-for-profit that has emerged as a local leader in diversity initiatives.
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.
In addition to goods from Asia, Europe, Africa, Central America and South America, the store will include a butcher with extensive kosher selections, a bakery with Middle Eastern sweets, a fish market, a Mediterranean restaurant and a tax-preparation service.
Boulder, Colorado-based The Kitchen Restaurant Group—which was co-founded in 2004 by Kimbal Musk, the younger brother of tech giant Elon Musk—said the name change would be accompanied by a new menu.
With the increasing resurgence of vinyl sales, Electric Key Records has grown into a full-fledged business of its own in a downtown Franklin storefront at 65 E. Jefferson St.
Restaurant owners want Congress to replenish the fund, and they want Indiana’s senators to sign on to a proposal that would provide cash to original applicants who were left high and dry.
Walmart executives said that its shoppers are still in good financial shape, and they don’t see any major changes in consumer behavior patterns like trading down to cheaper labels—although they’re paying close attention to higher prices.
No longer in a renovated barn, the Rail reboot will be reminiscent of original business model that combined sandwiches with a market.
Volatility in retail sales data is emerging after the pandemic and as related supply crunches drastically altered the behavior of Americans
Soaring car prices have set off a battle between automakers and independent dealers, with consumers routinely paying hundreds, often thousands, more than the listed price amid a protracted vehicle shortage.
HI & Mighty will open at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in June 2023, making and selling alcoholic spirits in Southwest Pavilion, a building that’s been used for storage in recent years.