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A hotel developer is investing $20 million to revive a 120-year-old office building in the core of downtown Indianapolis as a 128-room property in Marriott's... [Read More]
Indianapolis-based Steak n Shake announced a plan Monday to dramatically change its franchising model. The company said it wants to convert company-operated restaurants into single-unit... [Read More]
Juicy Seafood Indy is taking over the high-profile former site of the Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery on 86th Street between Township Line and Michigan... [Read More]
Arbor Homes would build 197 single-family homes on about 54 acres next to an existing subdivision. [Read More]
Once populated largely by cornfields, the landscape at the intersection of Interstate 65 and Whitestown Parkway has exploded in recent years with retail and restaurant... [Read More]
Cable and internet provider Charter Communications plans to close its customer service department on the east side of Indianapolis and terminate 84 employees at the... [Read More]
The Veterans Health Administration says a supervisor in Indianapolis misused government time and resources in setting up an outside company and soliciting subordinates to join... [Read More]
The president and CEO of Bosma Enterprises announced Monday that he plans to retire next summer. Lou Moneymaker, who has been in the position since... [Read More]
Regulators behind the Indiana gaming industry are taking steps to gather a clear idea of the possibilities of sports betting in the state, months after... [Read More]
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett's plan to have the city take on additional debt to dig its way out of infrastructure funding problems has early support... [Read More]
Several Indiana lawmakers, including two influential state representatives, are calling on Indianapolis Public Schools leaders to sell the Broad Ripple High School campus to Purdue... [Read More]
Whether Seattle-based Gen Con and local officials can now reach an understanding on technology could spell the difference between Indianapolis' hanging onto its most prized... [Read More]
The same Republican ad firm that helped put Donald Trump in the White House is now playing a prominent role in Indiana's U.S. Senate race.... [Read More]
Peppy Grill, the Fountain Square restaurant that was forced to close early this week due to health code violations, has reopened. "We have great news.... [Read More]
Some of the Indiana State Fair's food vendors venture each year into new or new-ish territory, whether simply for novelty or to actually try to... [Read More]
Business has been revving up at engine-maker Cummins Inc., which reported double-digit growth in both revenue and profit last quarter—setting quarterly records for each. The... [Read More]
On the bitter cold November night in 2014 at Kennedy-King Park when Joe Hogsett announced he was running for mayor of Indianapolis, he said the... [Read More]
Five high-profile deal makers have come together to launch an Indianapolis-based private equity firm focused on buying companies that normally fly under the radar of... [Read More]
The clash between the NATO allies reverberated across global markets Friday as an economic crisis in Turkey threatened to spread. The S&P 500 Index erased... [Read More]
Heartland Food Products Group plans to spend $32 million to update its manufacturing and distribution facilities in Marion County—a project that could help it retain... [Read More]
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