The Carmel native and Indianapolis-based tech entrepreneur filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission declaring his candidacy earlier this month.
After two days of congressional testimony, what seemed clear was how little Congress seems to know about Facebook, much less what to do about it.
Under fire Tuesday for the worst privacy debacle in his company’s history, CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized several times for Facebook failures and batted away often-aggressive questioning from lawmakers.
The Combine’s goal is to be “at the intersection of community, capital, creativity, culture and code,” said its leader.
Six technology leaders and entrepreneurs took part in IBJ’s Technology Power Breakfast at the JW Marriott. Here’s some of what they had to say.
Cyberattacks can take many forms, but whether malware is the main method or a hacker gains command and control by initiating a phishing campaign, the adversary is always the same: a human.
Since its takeoff three years ago, investor High Alpha has grown its stable of studio companies from three to nine.
New England-based SilverTech Inc. plans to expand to its second market by buying local stalwart Bitwise Solutions, which was founded in 1991.
Panelists at IBJ’s Technology Power Breakfast on Friday chewed on several ways to strengthen the state’s tech sector, including harnessing the so-called “internet of things,” making their workforces more diverse and improving education and mentorship in the field.
A bill that exempts “software as a service” from Indiana’s 7 percent sales tax is headed to the governor, who said he’ll gladly sign it.
Twelve years after co-founding Appirio Inc., Chris Barbin is leaving his role as CEO of the cloud consulting firm based in Indianapolis. But that doesn’t mean he’s retiring.
A new survey that takes a wide-ranging look of the local tech community reveals an industry that is growing quickly while still facing some economic and social challenges, including concerns about capital and diversity.
Both chambers of the Indiana General Assembly and Gov. Eric Holcomb are back on the same page when it comes to advancing a bill this session regarding the taxation of cloud- or subscription-based software.
VeriCite Inc., a Fishers-based maker of plagiarism-detection software, is being acquired by Turnitin, a Silicon Valley-based leader in the plagiarism-detection industry. Turnitin officials said they will maintain and grow its local presence.
Bill Oesterle and a group of investors have agreed to purchase the 17.5-acre site on the near-east side and could close on the deal in March.
Advocates say removing Indiana’s sales tax on many service-based software transactions would be a step in the right direction for the state’s growing tech industry.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is asking lawmakers to clarify that the state’s sales tax doesn’t apply to software provided on the cloud. But that’s not the only tech-related legislation introduced at the General Assembly.
Local tech industry entrepreneurs and investors Bill Godfrey and Mark Hill expect their day-to-day involvement to take the Carmel-based software-as-service firm to the next level.
Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Next Level Trust Fund, which designates $250 million for venture capital, also made our list.
Tech entrepreneur Scott Jones maintains the woman’s allegations that the consulting firm treated her unfairly and hoped to use her to perpetrate fraud are without merit.