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Digital billboards seem poised to make an official entrance in Marion County soon—but almost no one, including the sign industry, is happy about it. A... [Read More]
The Atlanta Hawks just wrapped up nearly $200 million in upgrades to their arena, which opened in 1999—the same year as Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The Hawks'... [Read More]
It's the latest crackdown on health care providers—and it could be costly for many. Two-thirds of Indiana's 544 nursing homes will get lighter reimbursement checks... [Read More]
Rolls-Royce in Indianapolis has been selected to build the jet engine to power the MQ-25 Stingray, a new unmanned aircraft that promises to catapult the... [Read More]
Johnson & Johnson's drop of 11 percent in Friday's trading may bring on deja vu for some investors after a Reuters report said the company... [Read More]
Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications Corp. has terminated 35 staffers involved in its NextRadio and TagStation businesses, Emmis CEO Jeff Smulyan said Friday. Emmis announced in October... [Read More]
A new seafood restaurant is among several tenants slated for the retail portion of the dual-branded Hyatt Hotel being built across the street from Bankers... [Read More]
Indiana has become a more attractive place for college graduates to live and work, but Purdue University President Mitch Daniels thinks more still needs to... [Read More]
Allstate Insurance Co. said Friday that it plans to boost employment in Indiana by adding 204 sales agents and agency owners in the state, including... [Read More]
Lids is the second-largest of Nashville, Tennessee-based Genesco's holdings, bringing in about a quarter of the company's total revenue, but the retailer has been struggling. [Read More]
TechPoint officials say the new Xtern Semester program will begin to change local tech companies' hiring processes and the way local universities prepare students to... [Read More]
Whether you are escaping to the cinema or kicking back in front of your home screen, the moviegoing experience is still dependent on the film... [Read More]
A month after voters approved a vast funding increase for Indianapolis Public Schools, Superintendent Lewis Ferebee's administration and the district teachers union have reached a... [Read More]
China's return to the U.S. soybean market this week comes too little, too late for many farming families to put more Christmas presents under the... [Read More]
A proposal to extend parking-meter hours throughout the city was advanced by an Indianapolis City-County Council committee on Thursday night after being scaled back from... [Read More]
Long-standing local eatery Star Sandwich Market, which was acquired by new owners in May, is moving to a new downtown location over the weekend and... [Read More]
The city's tourism arm is seeking an increase to its budget next year as it looks to boost marketing efforts. Visit Indy plans to request... [Read More]
Its second store in the downtown area will replace one in Broad Ripple. Also this week: Carvana, Vispring, Texas Roadhouse, Aldi, Dunkin' Donuts and Jimmy... [Read More]
The closure of a long-standing Broad Ripple business is raising questions about the future of the property, particularly as a new apartment building is constructed... [Read More]
A Canadian multifamily real estate investment firm has acquired a pair of aging apartment complexes in Indianapolis and plans to upgrade and rebrand the properties,... [Read More]
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