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When J.D. Ford was growing up in northwestern Ohio, he would be with his grandpa or grandma at a restaurant or grocery store and notice... [Read More]
One of central Indiana's oldest public companies—a trucking insurer long known as Baldwin & Lyons that recast itself as Protective Insurance Corp. this summer—has skidded... [Read More]
The local radio market is getting a little gray around its ears. Depending on whom you listen to, that can be a good thing—or bad.... [Read More]
The Harrison Center for the Arts has long been the place to go on First Fridays if you have an interest in local artists and... [Read More]
Democrats on the Indianapolis City-County Council are planning to introduce a proposal next week that would nearly triple council salaries—the first pay hike for members... [Read More]
Matt Phillips of Zionsville spent 13 years working in retail before leaving the corporate world to launch his own online retailer last year. Parker Gwen,... [Read More]
Indiana's unemployment rate remained at 3.5 percent in October for the third month in a row as the state's labor force continued to grow. The... [Read More]
U.S. factory production expanded in October for a fifth straight month, the longest streak since 2011, indicating a solid start to the fourth quarter, Federal... [Read More]
 Eli Lilly and Co. is considering the sale of a portfolio of off-patent drugs in China as the pharmaceutical firm seeks to raise cash amid... [Read More]
Local dignitaries and regional clients were expected to be on hand as India-based tech giant Infosys kicked-off construction of its $245 million educational campus. The... [Read More]
Investors who want to take advantage the "Opportunity Zones" provision created by last year's federal tax overhaul are about to receive more help in Indiana.... [Read More]
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology wasted no time in taking the interim tag off its acting president. Robert Coons was named president of the Terre Haute-based... [Read More]
How much longer can the U.S. economy continue to grow? It depends in large part on how successfully the U.S. can bring people off the... [Read More]
The bull case for a monster U.S. holiday-shopping season is overwhelming: Consumer confidence is sky high. Median wages are on the rise. Households are wealthier... [Read More]
HighPoint Global LLC, an Indianapolis-based information technology company, announced plans Thursday to expand its operations in Indiana and add 60 employees by the end of... [Read More]
This will be the second location for the restaurant that started in Bloomington in 2015. Also, Taste this Fish opens in Brightwood. [Read More]
The city of Fishers and two local businessmen on Thursday announced plans to open an 85,000-square-foot design center along the proposed Nickel Plate Trail that... [Read More]
Indianapolis Business Journal's annual Holiday Wish List will run in the Dec. 7 print edition and appear weekly through Dec. 21. It also will run... [Read More]
The owners of King David Dogs plan to close their downtown eatery, 12 years after they revived an Indianapolis hot dog brand with the restaurant's... [Read More]
An Indiana employment law professor calls the proposed guidelines to combat sexual harassment at the Indiana Statehouse "shockingly dated" and designed to insulate lawmakers from... [Read More]