Papa John’s International founder John Schnatter will get his day in court next week when the first of his two lawsuits against the company goes to a one-day trial in Delaware state court.
Braidy Industries Inc.'s disclosure this week that its CEO borrowed about $15 million from the company earlier this year should “raise some eyebrows,” one professor said.
Braidy Industries' founder has said the company has already sold years’ worth of the aluminum it plans to produce at a $1.68 billion mill the company is building in Ashland, Ky. A new disclosure shows no customers are contractually committed.
Called the biggest private project in Louisville’s history, One Park would be a $450 million to $500 million complex containing three towers rising up to 34 stories tall.
Kevin Fuqua, a Louisville accountant who was appointed earlier this month, will not join the U of L board after all because of a family conflict, the chairman says.
Workers at the company’s Lawrenceburg distillery and Coxs Creek bottling plant have been on strike since Sept. 7.
Louisville, Lexington and northern Kentucky are the only regions of the state that have outpaced the nation in job growth since 2009, according to a new report for the Kentucky Chamber.
Teamsters Local 89 President Fred Zuckerman predicts that a proposed five-year labor contract will be handily rejected in an upcoming national vote.
Workers at the Four Roses distillery in Lawrenceburg and the company’s bottling plant in Coxs Creek could go on strike as soon as next week, a union leader says.
The homegrown small-batch bourbon brand now owned by Bacardi Limited plans to build a distillery and five warehouses to store up to 225,000 aging bourbon barrels in Henry County, Ky.
The agency will look at the foundation's 2016 tax return following the organization's admission that it paid excessive compensation to James Ramsey and two other top administrators.
Jim Beam Brands is considering spending nearly $165 million to boost capacity at two Kentucky distilleries.
Walmart is expanding its e-commerce operations into one of Amazon’s longtime backyards, Shepherdsville, Ky.
The directors said Schnatter only turned on his hand-picked successor when Papa John's decided to remove Schnatter from ads, and that Schnatter produced commercials featuring himself.
John May, the Republican running for Jefferson County tax assessor, is calling attention to a favorable tax deal for the iconic racetrack.