Thursday’s business headlines

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Thursday’s business headlines.


States unveiled a historic $26 billion settlement with drug companies to resolve thousands of opiod-crisis lawsuits.

The deal could clear the way for money to be received by states as soon as early next year.

Three companies were part of this suit – McKesson, Cardinal Health and Amerisource Bergen.


U.S. Airlines say COVID-19 variants aren’t hurting bookings.

More than 2 million people a day are packing U.S. airports.

United Airlines

United Airlines was the only U.S.-based airline in the top 10 global airlines. said Qatari Airlines topped the list.

Hawaiian Airlines ranked 16th and Alaska Airlines was 17th.

Kings Island

After a four-week delay and missed Fourth of July weekend, Kings Island’s Camp Luxury campground is finally open.

Managers did not want to open up until everything was ready, including the lodge, all pools and food service.

There’s an adults-only pool, a large family pool and a waterfall for children to play in.

The resort also includes a grand lodge with a restaurant, bar and place to hang out.


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