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Eli Lilly and Co. is taking a $100 million bet on new cancer technology being developed by a German biotech startup, but the deal doesn't... [Read More]
Indianapolis-based Highpoint Global, a consulting firm that helps government communicate more effectively with constituents, has acquired a similar company in the Washington, D.C., area in... [Read More]
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit between the Indiana Transportation Museum and the Hoosier Heritage Port Authority. The Noblesville-based museum filed the complaint in... [Read More]
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Eli Lilly and Co. said Monday it will spend $72 million to upgrade a diabetes manufacturing operation in Indianapolis, the second major project of the... [Read More]
Netfor Inc., a Fishers-based tech support company, announced plans Monday to spend $4 million on an office expansion in Fishers that is expected to lead... [Read More]
Stephen Tobolowsky You might not recognize his real name, but if I said, "Ned Ryerson from 'Groundhog Day,'" you'd probably know whom I was talking... [Read More]
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Here's a family outing, double date, or get-out-of-the-house-after-Thanksgiving opportunity for you. Grammy Award-winning pianist Jim Brickman returns to the Palladium with his latest holiday show... [Read More]
When is the right time for a life sciences technology startup to look for a big partner to help it turbo-charge sales and revenue? That's... [Read More]
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Westfield Mayor Andy Cook does not have a Westfield address. He actually has a Carmel address even though his home is within Westfield's municipal boundaries.... [Read More]
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With an improved team and a better schedule—including more Saturday night games (14) than ever—Indy Fuel officials think this could be a watershed season for... [Read More]
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In the competition between Bloomington's two hospitals, there's little question which is David and which is Goliath. Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital has 273 staffed... [Read More]
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The Guaranty Building on Monument Circle for years was known as the home of one of the city's top tech companies—first ExactTarget Inc. and then... [Read More]
MARION—The spiffy, nearly completed football stadium at Indiana Wesleyan University sits empty on the weekends this fall. But it won't always be that way. The... [Read More]
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Troy Riggs saw Indianapolis residents' struggles with poverty up close when he served as Indianapolis' public safety director and police chief. But Riggs, now the... [Read More]
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Trucking giant Celadon is in retreat—canceling its $28 million headquarters in Mount Comfort, selling off its flatbed unit, and outsourcing its driver schools—so it can... [Read More]
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If you want a recipe for a welcome addition to Indianapolis City Market, try combining the following ingredients: quality food, uncomplicated choices, a passionate local... [Read More]
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Sometimes, the most interesting general-interest museum shows are ones involving subjects you might not have thought much about. Such is the case with "The Power... [Read More]
The Verizon IndyCar Series will need a new name after the 2018 season, IndyCar CEO Mark Miles said Friday. Miles confirmed to several media outlets,... [Read More]
The Indianapolis International Airport says it plans to move tenant Frontier Airlines to a new spot to accommodate growth in overall airline activity, particularly from... [Read More]
Muncie-based MutualFirst Financial Inc. has agreed to acquire Bloomfield-based Universal Bancorp for $65.6 million in cash and stock, a deal that will swell MutualFirst's assets... [Read More]
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