INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Wednesday’s business headlines.
Apple co-founder at Purdue
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak will speak at Purdue University on April 17.
Wozniak will join Mung Chiang, Purdue’s engineering dean, for a discussion on the founding of Apple and on artificial intelligence and his vision for the future of technology.
Wozniak co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs, helping launch a personal computer revolution.
Wynne Resorts executives tried to hide sexual misconduct allegations against founder Steve Wynn.
Regulators say Steve Wynn, once one of the world’s most powerful casino magnates, has entered into six settlement agreements since publication of an article in the Wall Street Journal that sparked their probe.
The findings came to light as Massachusetts investigates if Wynn Resorts should operate a casino in that state.
Medical bills debt
Last year, many Americans could not afford their health care costs and so borrowed $88 billion to pay for that portion they could not afford.
According to a new West Health and Gallup Poll, in a report titled “The U.S. Healthcare Cost Crisis,’ says 45% worry that a “major health care event: would leave them bankrupt.
Bill Gates says there could be a way to detect Alzheimer’s by using a voice app.
His comments coincide with the launch of a new research initiative from the diagnostic accelerator program at the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation.
The project aims to fast-track technologies that could provide new ways to detect Alzheimer’s.