Monday’s business headlines

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


Lilly stock has slumped so far in 2019, but a group of insiders, including CEO David Ricks have been buying shares of the drug giant.

Barron’s reports chairman and CEO Ricks paid $500,000 on Oct. 29 for 4,600 Lilly shares.

Other executives are buying as well.

Typically, when insiders buy that is a positive sign for the company because it shows they believe the stock price will rise.

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The UAW is sending its new contract deal to 55,000 rank and file workers Monday.

The Ford workers would get 4% lump sum payments in the first and third years of the contract and 3% increases in the second and fourth years, according to a summary posted by the union.

It also preserves health care coverage.


Americans legally wagered a record amount on sports in September.

The American Gaming Association says the amount reached $1.4 billion.

Of that total, 40% of wagers originated in Nevada, the largest state sports betting market, which reported the third-largest amount handled in its history.


For the third year in a row, Target will offer a special 10% discount on one purchase between now and the 11th to all military personnel, veterans and their families in stores and online.

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