Before he was one of America’s best-known presidents, Abraham Lincoln was a small-firm attorney, litigating more than 5,000 cases over the course of his career with three different partners.
The Level Office co-working space at Circle Tower is set to open later this month, adding to the growing number of options available to entrepreneurs and small companies not yet ready to commit to long-term leases or their own building.
Another Indianapolis-based company is making the jump to the Interstate 69 corridor in Fishers.
Efforts to increase and support the ranks of women in technology jobs are emerging in Indianapolis and helping put a spotlight on gender imbalance in the industry, just as a raft of tech employers looks to fill thousands of jobs here over the next several years.
CEO David Baxter isn’t so much interested in blowing the top off Lids Sports Group as he is in adjusting the retailer to better fit today’s — and tomorrow’s — consumer demands.
Landlords across Indiana are feeling the pain from the collapse of Marsh Supermarkets, but none more so than a Canadian firm that had as many as 12 of the grocer’s stores in its portfolio.
Facing a tight market, area employers are using headhunters, offering signing bonuses and developing in-house training to fill their available jobs.
Stacy Coleman, a first-year principal at William McKinley School 39 in Fountain Square, can barely contain her excitement over a small piece of ground set aside to grow herbs and vegetables.
In 2006, when Sun Capital Partners bought Marsh Supermarkets, the bet looked risky at best.
The sport of auto racing isn’t exactly in high-gear growth mode, despite the local popularity of the Indianapolis 500 the last two years.