Indianapolis-based Arrow McLaren SP, the tiny IndyCar team Sam Schmidt formed 20 years ago, moved another step toward becoming an elite organization with a sponsorship extension through 2028 by Arrow Electronics.
Henke Development plans expansive clubhouse for Zionsville’s Holliday Farms community
Westfield-based Henke Development Group had its development plan for a nearly 79,000-square-foot clubhouse featuring a slew of golf- and non-golf-related amenities approved this week by the Zionsville Plan Commission.Read More
‘Hard Knocks’ to showcase Colts for first in-season episodes
It will be the Colts’ first appearance on “Hard Knocks,” which debuted in 2001 by following the Baltimore Ravens through training camp as they began defense of their Super Bowl title.Read More
Colleges and athletes navigating new name, image, likeness rules
Hundreds of college student-athletes across the country have started signing endorsement deals and social media contracts, under rules the NCAA approved this summer.Read More
Former Pacer Jerry Harkness, a trailblazer on and off the court, dies at 81
Harkness led Loyola University Chicago to a barrier-breaking national college championship in basketball in 1963 and went on to a pioneering career in fundraising, broadcasting and business in Indianapolis.Read More
IndyCar’s extended partnership with NBC Sports yielded an additional bonus for next year’s schedule, which was already earmarked to air a record number of races on network broadcast.
The Star’s investment on a single story was especially astonishing at a time when local and regional newspapers around the country have faced shrinking ad revenue or hedge-fund takeovers, some of them closing altogether.
This year’s hackathon, to take place Oct. 22-24 at Butler University, will focus on sports-related applications for 5G wireless technology.
As part of the deal, the West Club at the stadium will be renamed the WynnBet Club—a 21-and-up sports bar on the club level.
The Caesars Sportsbook Lounge replaces the former Blue Room as a place in Lucas Oil Stadium where patrons 21 years and older can go to see games in progress on TVs and view live odds while they place bets from their phones.
An FBI agent accused of failing to properly investigate former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar—and lying about it later—was fired days before a high-stakes public hearing into the bureau’s flawed investigation of the child sex-abuse case.
IBJ sports business reporter Mickey Shuey talked with former Indiana Sports Corp. President Dale Neuburger about his experiences as the competition director for swimming in Tokyo.
Indiana University quarterback Michael Penix Jr. is cashing in before he goes under center for the team’s season opener Saturday at No. 18 Iowa. It’s the first time a motorsports league has paid prominent college players to help sell tickets.
While leading the Indianapolis-based NCAA through a period of unprecedented change, Mark Emmert has faced relentless criticism. For those outside college sports skeptically peering in, he has become the face of an unpopular and seemingly ineffective bureaucracy.
With four projected starters on the reserve/COVID-19 list, one of the NFL’s least-vaccinated teams is facing new scrutiny
Mel Raines will be recognized by the Sports Business Journal later this year as one of 50 women who are making a remarkable impact in the sports-business industry across the globe.
An attorney for Bose McKinney and Evans LLP, Tarter has initiated business ventures that raise funds for the Dropping Dimes charity, which distributes money to former ABA players in need.
Officials, who have not put a price tag on the project, say it will be finished in time for the 2022 fall semester.
The track in Newton will host a doubleheader next July in a deal brokered between IndyCar Series owner Roger Penske, team owner Bobby Rahal and grocery chain Hy-Vee, which is based in Iowa.
Organizers will likely investigate whether the wear and tear of three days of practice, qualifying and racing on a rare crossover weekend with the IndyCar, NASCAR Xfinity and Cup series played any role in the chaotic finish.
Stretch Zone opened its first of three planned new Indiana franchises in Zionsville last month. Fishers resident Ben Smith, who co-owns the franchise with former NFL star Drew Brees, said he’s hoping to eventually open locations across the state.
In Ballard’s four years overseeing football operations, Indianapolis has posted two double-digit win seasons with playoff appearances. Those teams were coached by Reich.
The real estate investor and racing enthusiast has closed a deal with former IndyCar driver Sarah Fisher and her husband that will help them to continue growing their karting business.