Shares of The Finish Line Inc., HHGregg Inc. and The Shoe Carnival Inc. all have lost value this year and are trailing major stock indexes by a wide margin.
Shares of Stonegate Mortgage Corp. sank 18 percent in trading Thursday after the firm reported third-quarter losses of $1.7 million and missed Wall Street estimates by a wide margin.
The real estate developer of commercial properties posted increases due to higher occupancy and growth in rents.
The Columbus-based manufacturer of heavy-duty engines saw profit jump 19 percent on stronger sales in North America and abroad.
Shares of Warsaw-based orthopedic device maker Zimmer Holdings Inc. have doubled the performance of the S&P 500 so far this year.
Amazon has been developing its own local services marketplace. Yelp is the leading consumer-review service in the retail space. Website Holding company IAC, meanwhile, has a big stash of cash and owns competitor HomeAdvisor.com.
A stunning string of sales of minor-league baseball teams this year suggests the Indianapolis Indians’ current stock buy-back offer might be undervaluing the franchise.
The Indianapolis-based franchisor continues to focus on offering take-and-bake pizzas in grocery stores and stand-alone locations to grow revenue.
Of the insurer’s $9.3 million in profit in the second quarter, only $4.1 million was attributed to its core operations.
The real estate deal would have brought as much as $119.1 million for the struggling, Carmel-based education firm.
The move will hike the real estate firm’s stock price, combining every four shares into a single share. Kite officials hope a double-digit price will give shares a more stable foundation and an image makeover.
The local software and services firm has released disappointing preliminary results for its second quarter, leading to a 16-percent stock tumble.
The purchase of LSB Financial Corp., parent of Lafayette Savings Bank, will add $366 million in assets and five branches to Old National’s portfolio.
Interactive Intelligence Group Inc. will plow further into cloud-based computing—now a big driver of sales—with a new set of call-center services unveiled Tuesday morning.