Tuesday’s business headlines

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


Cheetah Digital is adding 100 jobs at its Indianapolis office in the next few years.

That is about triple the number of jobs it has now.

It’s looking for salespeople, customer support managers, software engineers and other technical staff.

Cheetah Digital is a marketing software compnay.

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Walmart has partnered with health insurance company Anthem to expand access to over-the-counter medications and supplies for seniors.

Starting in Jan. 2019, the partnership will allow patients of Anthem’s Medicare Advantage plans to buy OTC medicine, braces, first aid supplies and pain relievers at Walmart using their insurance.


Facebook’s artificial intelligence lab is working with New York University’s medical school to make MRI exams 10 times faster.

If it works, an MRI would take just minutes instead of the usual hour.

People undergoing MRIs have had a hard time sitting in the tube-like machine that long.

Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines is making it more expensive to board early.

Starting next week, earlybird will cost flyers $15, $20 or $25 each way, depending on flight lenght and how many other customers use the earlybird function.