Thursday’s business headlines


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

Indianapolis business climate

Indianapolis is a top 25 city to start a business.

Inc Magazine says when Genesys bought Interactive Intelligence and Salesforce bough Exact Target, a few of those founders stuck around and created new startups or venture capital firms.

It also says with a low cost of living and world-class sporing and cultural institutions, it’s an attactive spot for Millennials, too. 


T-Mobile is delay the debut of its much-anticipated video service after the project aproved more complex than expected.

Bloomberg says they will push back the rollout until 2019, though plans could still change.

sources says T-Moible executives faced the difficult choice of either offering a garden-variety streaming platform – a service that let’s customers watch cable channels and other content online-or waiting until next year to deliver a more groundbreaking product.


GNC is recalling 750,000 supplements because the packaging may be dangerous to kids.

The consumer product safety commission says customer who purchased the women’s Iron Complete dietary supplement, which contained 60 caplets, are eligible for a refund.

If a child would consume the supplement, it could cause serious illness.


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