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Indianapolis-based Powderkeg Ventures LLC, which helps connect promising tech ventures with growth resources, on Tuesday announced it would start surveying companies statewide about their workplace... [Read More]
Indiana House Republicans approved hate crimes language Monday that references a list of victims against whom crimes could qualify for harsher penalties—a move lauded by... [Read More]
For years, drugmaker Eli Lilly and Co. has refused to disclose the average price that customers pay for its insulins after rebates and discounts, calling... [Read More]
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is heading a huge research project into the Jurassic period that will include excavation of fossil-rich land in Wyoming and... [Read More]
An Indianapolis-based grocery chain has chosen a former Target building on the north side for its third area location and fourth store overall. Saraga International... [Read More]
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is heading a huge research project into the Jurassic period that will include excavation of fossil-rich land in Wyoming and... [Read More]
Applications for home construction slipped in central Indiana in February—the third straight month of declines. Builders filed 465 single-family construction permits in the nine-county area... [Read More]
Just a few years ago, Fishers-based SteadyServ Technologies was among the most-ballyhooed startups in state history. But the company — which sells data-analytics software for... [Read More]
The Indiana Senate on Monday approved a bill that would create tax incentives to attract data centers to the state. The Senate passed the measure... [Read More]
Nike Inc. may have prevailed over lawyer Michael Avenatti's alleged attempt to extort the company. But the case has shifted the spotlight back to an... [Read More]
A dozen people charged in the U.S. college-admissions scandal pleaded not guilty Monday, while nearly two dozen parents swept up in the government's sting await... [Read More]
The founders and three other former officers and employees of Westfield-based Banc-serv Partners LLP have been indicted in connection with what federal prosecutors describe as... [Read More]
A longtime leader of Indiana's tech community has stepped in to attempt to turn around Fishers-based SteadyServ Technologies LLC, one of the most-ballyhooed startups in... [Read More]
The craft distiller's products already are available at about 700 of the state's 4,000 outlets licensed for retail alcohol sales, but company officials have far... [Read More]
ProAct, an Indianapolis not-for-profit that focuses on engaging at-risk youth and corporations in public service projects, is trying to rebuild after a challenging year in... [Read More]
Eleven Fifty Academy has recently ramped up efforts to put students through its coding boot camps, with about 150 students graduating in the last six... [Read More]
Since moving to the Garfield Park area three years ago, Big Car Collaborative has been working on ambitious plans to revitalize the neighborhood—adding arts-focused community... [Read More]
A year after the release of the fifth and final phase of its NextGen platform, Carmel-based financial software firm Baker Hill is experiencing significant growth. ... [Read More]
A local developer with plans to build two new hotels on downtown's Pan Am Plaza has acquired a piece of real estate vital to moving... [Read More]
Carmel-based insurer CNO Financial Group's next chief financial officer will be based in Chicago, replacing the company's Carmel-based CFO who leaves the company March 29.... [Read More]
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