An Indianapolis private school is well on its way to reaching a $7 million fundraising goal that will help it unify its campus, thanks to a $1.5 million lead donation from Telamon Corp. CEO Stanley Chen and his wife, Allison.
The Carmel-based provider of telecommunications services sought to collect on insurance after discovering it was the victim of a massive theft by a high-level manager in New Jersey.
Albert Chen, founder and CEO of Telamon Corp., made lots of course corrections during his decades-spanning career.
The Carmel company complains that its insurers “denied all coverage for the theft-fraud loss under both policies on the grounds that the individual leased to Telamon was an ‘employee’ of Telamon, and simultaneously was not an ‘employee’ of Telamon.”
Fewer than half generated revenue increases.
National Biofuels Distribution LLC, a subsidiary of Carmel-based Telamon Corp., signs two distribution contracts to expand
its distribution reach. The company began marketing its ethanol-based racing fuel, Ignite, about a year ago.
Carmel-based Telamon Corp. rose to become one of the largest minority-owned businesses in the area largely by serving telecommunications giants. Now it is veering off its traditional course to supply racing teams with an ethanol-based fuel made from Indiana corn.