Monday’s business headlines

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Jane King is in with the latest business headlines.

Purdue University 

Purdue University Honors College is offering mini-courses this summer. They’ll cover a variety of human interests and are open to the public.

The classes will be held from June 25 to the 29 and in two sessions at the honors college on campus. Course will range from Mars exploration to wine tasting.

The cast in $75.

Movie Pass

Movie Pass is now investing in movies themselves.

Recode reports the app that allows you to pay a monthly fee to see unlimited movies invested in the mob movie “Gotti.”

Trouble is that Gotti is not getting good reviews and didn’t have a strong opening weekend.


Apple has signed Oprah Winfrey to a multi-year deal for new original programs.

Apple is ramping its original content as it goes to battle against Netflix and Amazon.

She ix expected to have an on-screen role as a host and interviewer.

Grocery stores

There’s a new ranking of America’s favorite grocery stories and it’s not good news for Walmart.

It ranked last on the market force information list.

The top ranked supermarkets were mostly regional, with Wegmen’s of the northeast, Publix of the southeast and HEB in Texas doing well.

Trader Joe’s was third, Whole Foods was 11th and Kroger was 13th.