When the work seems to pile up, OmniFocus and Things can help productivity.
Donnie Babb’s Gauge Media Group started in his basement at tortoise speed but now churns out $2 million
in sales with a staff of nine full-time and 15 part-time employees.
Horizon League Commissioner Jon LeCrone never envisioned himself getting into the television business. But that
changed in 2004 when he saw a Butler University women’s basketball game being aired on a laptop computer.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning beat the heat in Miami Monday night using a new cutting-edge air-conditioned
shoulder pad system.
Manning’s endorsement of the product could send sales sky high.
Upstart software company rolls out software that enables homeowners’ associations to create community
Web sites without technical assistance.
MillerWhite LLC, an Indianapolis-based marketing and communications firm, recently signed a deal to produce
a new logo, tag line and Web site for the Shelby County Development Corp., a Shelbyville-based economic development organization.
Indianapolis calendar publisher Time Factory Publishing is launching a Website to compete with photo sharing and publishing
sites Shutterfly and Flickr.
Noblesville resident Tom Wagenhauser is revamping the Hamilton County-centric Web site FishersFind.com and hopes to double its weekly traffic.
Growing by leaps and bounds, smallerindiana.com will host its first-ever “Bigger Ideas” conference for the high-tech and Internet-savvy
In the midst of a $1.2 million campaign to upgrade streets, sidewalks and other neighborhood infrastructure, a coalition of Irvington businesses and residents is launching a unique marketing campaign to tout the neighborhood’s recent enhancements and position it as an alternative to places such as Carmel, Zionsville, Geist and Noblesville.
Today, life without a daily newspaper isn’t so farfetched.
IndyHub, the city’s young professionals network, will launch a new Web site, circlingthecity.com, to pique the interest of out-of-towners who are being recruited by local companies.
Indy Racing League driver Danica Patrick topped golfer Tiger Woods, quarterback Tom Brady and Super Bowl champion Eli Manning
as the most searched-for athlete in 2008, according to America Online’s annual list of top Web, mobile and video searches.