Caitlin Coffman’s two oldest children were in school by the time she figured out a way to avoid the frustration that plagued her during their day care years: The daily “activity... Read more »
The founders of Indianapolis startup PoliticalBank believe they’ve found a way to make the democratic process a bit more democratic.
Billing itself as the first online community of its kind to... Read more »
When Angie’s List got its start 21 years ago, it was anything but a tech company. Back then the consumer ratings service was exactly what its name implied: a hard-copy list... Read more »
As mobile app developer Bluebridge grew from a three-person shop to a staff of three dozen, CEO Santiago Jaramillo discovered there’s more to business success than satisfied customers: employee engagement also... Read more »
Indiana Governor Mike Pence on Thursday unveiled plans to invest $1 billion in Hoosier innovation and entrepreneurship over 10 years, in what he calls a “third century” strategy for growth. Indiana... Read more »
Indianapolis-based information security firm Pondurance is in growth mode, nearly doubling its staff of 14 in the past six months and expecting to add another 55 jobs in the next several... Read more »
When it comes to attracting high-tech talent, Indiana has some natural challenges. With no mountains or oceans to distinguish the state from others in so-called flyover country, local technology firms have... Read more »
Under a new proposal, about 450 acres on the west end of Purdue University’s West Lafayette, IN, campus are set to be transformed into the “Purdue Innovation District,” a potentially $1.2... Read more »
Carmel, Indiana-based startup DemandJump closed a $1.8 million equity funding round last month, attracting investments from tech-industry stalwarts 4G Ventures, Hyde Park Venture Partners, and Bob Davoli, managing director at Sigma... Read more »
Racecar driver Simon Pagenaud started the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis from the pole and led 57 of its 82 laps on his way to Victory Circle earlier this month.... Read more »
Edwin the Duck flew onto retailers’ shelves in late November, and within six weeks he’d nested in about 14,000 homes across the country. Now the $100 tech-enhanced rubber ducky is making... Read more »
Springbuk, a year-old Indianapolis health analytics firm that serves mid- to large-size employers, said Thursday that it raised $3.75 million in a Series A funding round led by St. Louis-based Lewis... Read more »
An Indianapolis-based online media company called Odyssey raised $25 million from institutional investors in its first such funding round, the firm announced Thursday.
Serial entrepreneur Michael Lazerow and Columbus Nova managing... Read more »
Launch Fishers wasn’t the first co-working space to open in Indiana, but in less than four years it has become a model of success that others hope to emulate.
Established in... Read more »
Five innovative Indiana companies attracted more than $22 million in capital during the first quarter of 2016. That’s up from $17.5 million in the same period last year.
Leading the... Read more »
[Corrected, 10:10am. See below] Tysha Ahmed grew up on a small farm in rural Georgia, where her family raised chickens and ducks and planted enough produce for their own... Read more »