The acquisition of one of Indianapolis’ largest public companies came after months-long negotiations between Duke and San Francisco-based Prologis and broadens the firm’s logistics and industrial holdings in key locations, including Southern California, New Jersey, South Florida, Chicago, Dallas and Atlanta.
The scheduled 2023 exits of Indiana Repertory Theatre co-CEO Janet Allen, Eiteljorg CEO John Vanausdall and Dance Kaleidoscope Artistic Director David Hochoy signal a significant era of transition in local arts leadership. The trio’s on-the-job experience adds up to 86 years: 32 for Hochoy, 27 for Allen and 27 for Vanausdall.
Indianapolis-based Emmis once owned more than 20 radio stations, including properties in New York City and Los Angeles. Emmis, founded in 1980, now owns just two radio stations: an AM contemporary gospel station and an FM affiliate of ESPN, both in New York City.
Companies that had done business in Russia had to decide whether to keep doing so, while companies with operations in Ukraine were faced with the challenge of protecting their Ukrainian employees and keeping their businesses functioning.
His decision means the Hamilton County city will have its first new mayor in more than a quarter-century starting Jan. 1, 2024.
Republican lawmakers used a special session called by Gov. Eric Holcomb to consider abortion restrictions in addition to Holcomb’s inflation relief package.
The sale of the estate belonging to late businesswoman and philanthropist Christel DeHaan officially closed Sept. 2, setting a state sales record in the process.
Andretti Global revved some economic development engines in August when it announced plans to establish its worldwide headquarters in Fishers, investing $200 million in the project and creating up to 500 jobs by the end of 2026.
The Indy Fuel minor league hockey team is expected to call Fishers home as soon as the 2024-2025 season. That’s because the team will be the anchor tenant of an 8,500-seat arena in a new Fishers Event Center and expanded entertainment district.
Six companies specializing in fast-casual chicken menus opened locations here, beginning with California-based Dave’s Hot Chicken setting up shop on Mass Ave in April and then in Broad Ripple in August.
The IEDC said the location between Purdue University and Indianapolis along I-65 makes it attractive to high-tech companies, but hundreds of local residents have pushed back against the project, fearing a loss of farmland and community identity.
Johnson’s Rebuilding Stronger plan has caused quite a stir, largely because of its sweeping scope.
In July, Rokita’s office began investigating an Indianapolis obstetrician-gynecologist who told The Indianapolis Star she was involved in a 10-year-old Ohio girl’s abortion.
Some business leaders said Ricks’ message was a wake-up call about the need to make big improvements in schooling, health care and social policies.
On paper, it’s a global headquarters project—a $100 million campus for Elanco Animal Health on the former General Motors stamping plant site just west of downtown. But CEO Jeff Simmons is hoping it will become much more.
Indianapolis-based Andretti Global’s announcement in August that it would build a global motorsports headquarters in Fishers.
Dr. Caitlin Bernard told The Indianapolis Star about a 10-year-old Ohio girl who had been raped, became pregnant and had to travel to Indiana for an abortion.
IBJ Managing Editor Greg Weaver and reporters Dave Lindquist and Mickey Shuey talk about the reasons that IBJ named the Indiana Sports Corp.’s Ryan Vaughn its newsmakers of the year and why the new IU president, chair of Newfields, High Alpha partners, a SPAC specialist, an arts community power couple and the head of a local real estate investment trust all made the newsmakers list.
By Christmas, nearly 63% of adult Hoosiers had been vaccinated, with 36% of adults having received a booster shot. But among all Hoosiers eligible (including children 5 years and older), only about 52% of the state’s population over the age of 5 had been fully vaccinated, putting Indiana near the bottom among states.