When Kathleen Matsoukas started at a New York law firm in 2005, she had other female colleagues in the white-collar practice group, but none of them held any of the leadership positions.
It’s a financial problem savvy consumers try to avoid: getting billed for out-of-network health care services.
With its debut just months away, the 12-acre, $300 million Bottleworks District on the north end of Massachusetts Avenue is filling up — with a majority of its Phase I office and entertainment space and nearly all of its food hall leased.
The planned closing of the 102-year-old Diamond Chain Co. factory in the southwestern corner of downtown likely will throw into play a nearly 18-acre site that real estate experts say would be attractive for myriad uses.
The owners of a former Marsh supermarket in Lawrence plan to convert the space into a wholesale warehouse, as part of an overhaul of the whole shopping center.
At a time when the nation is questioning the security of electronic voting machines, the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site is looking back at the equipment and devices used in the past to allow citizens to cast their ballots and have their voices heard.
Business litigator Wayne Turner remembers the days when he would call upon jurors to use the skills they likely learned in kindergarten.
A charter school operator plans to spend about $10 million to relocate one of its elementary schools to a former warehouse on the outskirts of downtown Indianapolis.
Hoosier attorneys Ann Marie Waldron and Mike Simmons just returned home after weeks on a boat they plan to work from for the next few years.
BlueIndy might be shutting down in May, but it could leave its mark all over the city.