If a sports team stops winning games, maybe it needs new leadership, an improved playbook or stronger teamwork to get back on track.
Two of three downtown hotel projects pitched by the same developer are progressing, while the third has hit a financing snag.
Noblesville has a slew of design standards for home construction. The trouble is, the city’s Architectural Review Board routinely grants waivers — often leading to residential developments that fall short of the aesthetics city officials desire.
Gen Con organizers expect record attendance and economic impact when the massive gaming confab — the city’s biggest convention — unfolds here next month for its 50th anniversary event.
By Lindsey Erdody • firstname.lastname@example.org Whitestown has been deluged the past two years with announcements, groundbreakings and ribbon cuttings for manufacturing and distribution companies. Ten industrial buildings have been completed within the past 24 months, another three are under construction, and four projects are in the process of getting started. Browning/Duke LLC — the […]
It’s the best of times and the worst of times for Sherry Williams, owner of culinary landmark King Ribs Bar-B-Q.
When it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February 2016, Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. blamed a national pilot shortage as a major reason.
The owner of Market Tower is shopping the downtown skyscraper after spending millions on upgrades to increase occupancy and make it more appealing to younger companies.
A growing number of Indiana corporations are formalizing in-house innovation, an effort aimed at remaining technologically relevant in a fast-changing business landscape.
Andrew and Stacey Frye could be considered trailblazers for buying their family’s home two years ago in blighted St. Clair Place on the city’s near-east side.