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INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- Two-thousand people are going to be hired right here in Indianapolis. That's thanks to India-based tech company Infosys. "We are announcing our commitment to bring 10,000 Americans into our workforce over the next two years," said CEO Dr. Visha Sikka at a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Following rumors about the company's future, Angie's List and IAC's HomeAdvisor announced Monday that they will merge to become a new publicly-traded company called ANGI Homeservices, Inc. The combined business will maintain the Angie's List and HomeAdvisor...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The news spread like wildfire Monday night. Hard liquor for 40 percent off at Marsh Supermarkets. The reason for the sale is a little-known liquor law in Indiana that says grocery stores without pharmacies cannot sell hard liquor. The company announced last...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The non-profit Indiana Landmarks has announced its annual Ten Most Endangered list for 2017. The sites judged to be most threatened with destruction include a courthouse, commercial and government buildings, houses and multi-sided barns. “These places shape lives...
It's not an election year -- yet voters will go to the polls Tuesday in Hamilton County and four others. School districts in Carmel, Sheridan, East Chicago, Munster, Lake Station, Cannelton, and West Lafayette, and the Tri-County Schools in White County, will ask voters to let...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It took less than four months to repair, and now, the Rockville Road Bridge over I-465 in Indianapolis is back open for business - and way ahead of its schedule than when it was initially thought it would reopen. Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A law that went into effect July 1 means you probably won't get in trouble for saving a pet from a hot car-- but rescuing Fido or Fluffy could still come with a cost. House Enrolled Act 1085 provides Hoosiers with partial immunity from civil liability for damages...
INDIANAPOLIS --If you've been following the story of the Red Line and the Marion County Transit Plan, then you know that IndyGo and the city were waiting to see whether or not $75 million, in the form of a Small Starts Grant, was coming from Congress. It looks like at least part...
Family-run businesses in Indiana are getting a new planning resource this month through Butler. Butler has launched the Old National Bank Center for Closely Held Business. It'll conduct programs in Indy, Evansville, and Fort Wayne, and eventually across the state, on subjects...