Joe Journeyman

A chance meeting reunites two boyhood friends and we have their journey to create “Joe Journeyman,” a children’s book made in Indiana. The search and find book is licensed through the NFL and hits shelves this weekend.

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Indy Works To Lock In Lucrative Convention

Indy Works To Lock In Lucrative Convention

This year's largest convention in the state kicks off today in Indianapolis and Visit Indy is trying to secure it well into the future. The tourism and convention organization estimates GenCon will have a $67 million economic impact this year. Vis...

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Indianapolis-based BD International Group has announced plans to expand in the city. The logistics company says it will add up to 20 jobs in the next year.

Zimmer Biomet Details First Post-Merger Financials

Warsaw-based Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ZBH) is reporting a loss of $158 million, compared to a profit of $176.5 million during the same period in the previous year. This is the first earnings report released by the company that resulted f...

Escalade Sees Sweet Future in Pickleball

Evansville-based Escalade Inc. (Nasdaq: ESCA) has announced the acquisition of an Arizona company focused on production of accessories for the sport of pickleball. Escalade says the deal for Onix Sports Inc. allows the manufacturer to capitalize o...

Walker Leaving INDYCAR

INDYCAR President of Competition & Operations Derrick Walker is leaving the position next month to pursue other opportunities. Hulman & Co. Chief Executive Officer Mark Miles says the organization is searching for Walker's successor.

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