WellPoint Inc.'s fourth-quarter earnings jumped 38 percent compared to the final quarter of 2011, when the nation's second largest health insurer incurred a
An influential group of business CEOs is pushing a plan to gradually increase the full retirement age to 70 for both Social Security and Medicare and to
The Indiana Gaming Commission on Thursday approved the sale of Indiana Downs and Grand Casino in Shelbyville, 24-Hour News 8 news partner The Herald Bulletin
The state attorney general is suing a Carmel-based sports memorabilia seller, accusing him of collecting online customers’ money but not delivering goods in
The Indianapolis Airport Authority has expedited the timetable for tearing down the sprawling passenger terminal that was once the center of Indiana's largest
A family-owned Indianapolis business is shutting its doors after more than a half-century in business.
An insurance company that covers churches and their activities is planning a $15 million expansion of its Fort Wayne headquarters.
An Indianapolis-based company has agreed to reduce its use of a popcorn-flavoring chemical that has been linked to lung disease and pay a reduced fine as part
A local development company said it is adding to its list of properties. Kite Realty Group Trust reported the purchase of two shopping centers in Greenville,
Drugmaker Eli Lilly & Co. Inc. said it has agreed to pay $29.4 million to resolve federal allegations of possible corrupt business practices by the company's
Threat of snow Thursday had Indianapolis UPS drivers preparing for extra challenges during the busiest day in the company's history.
The Gary-Chicago International Airport is getting a $30 million boost toward its plans to lengthen its main runway so that it can handle larger planes.
Hotel furniture maker Kimball Hospitality is planning an expansion of its southern Indiana operations.
Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman will be heading up a regional economic development cooperative after she leaves state office.
Musical instrument maker Conn-Selmer Inc. is closing an Illinois plant and moving its work to northern Indiana.
The nation’s third-largest lunchmeats producer is relocating its headquarters to Indiana, creating up to 50 new jobs by 2014.