Tuesday’s business headlines

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

Ivy Tech

Students studying business at Ivy Tech Community College now have more options when they transfer to Ball State.

Ivy Tech graduates in business administration may transfer directly into 11 business majors offered by Ball State’s Miller College of Business under a guaranteed admission agreement.

The students to complete select associate degrees at Ivy Tech and then transfer as a junior to Ball State, needing only an additional 60 credit hours complete select bachelor degrees.


Amazon is pushing holiday shoppers to get their orders delivered to some of its brick-and-mortar retail locations.

This could help Amazon save crucial last-mile delivery capacity, as it faces a potential logistics crunch fueled by record online shopping this year.

Amazon also has hub locations, which are self-service kiosks and manned pickup counters, located inside or near local shops, as well as in residential apartment buildings.


Apple said that companies that offer digital classes through iPhone apps won’t have to pay Apple’s 30% App Store commission fee on in-app purchases through June 2021.

The extension will help businesses by giving them more time to hold paid digital events rather than in-person events during the COVID-19 pandemic, without the additional fee.


Grocery workers say they’re facing health risks and new challenges as the coronavirus pandemic intensifies across the country but extra pay has not returned.

Hand sanitizer and masks are in short supply. Some customers shop without wearing a mask and pandemic-related policies, from extra cleaning of stores to limits on the number of shoppers, have largely faded away, according to members of United Food and Commercial Workers International Union.


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