Candy makers agree not to advertise to children, Indiana company awarded defense contract
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – With Easter right around the corner, candy companies how their sugary and chocolate treats will be flying off the shelves.
However, several candy makers have agreed to not advertise to children under the age of 12.
Also, an Indiana company was just awarded a major military contract worth nearly $400 million.
And the Federal reserve left interest rates unchanged. That means those looking to take out a mortgage or another loan are still able to do so at low rates.
These are just some of the stories making headlines in the business world.
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