Wednesday’s business headlines

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


TikTok creators hoping to boost their visibilty are paying for verification on the app.

The current market rate, according to creators, is about $1,000.

One Canadian creator, who requested anonymity, described paying a public-relations professional for the blue tick, saying it was faster than waiting for the official process.


It’s a good time of year to refresh your resume, especially if you plan on taking advantage of the new year hiring spree.

There are more jobs posted in January than any other month, job listings typically increase by about 15% from December to January, and hiring in January also rises by about 30%, according to CNBC.

Top Resume says the best resumes present a compelling career narrative, strike a visual balance and illustrate a candidate’s value.

Bank of America

Bank of America’s CEO urges Congress to help industries hit hardest by COVID-19.

Bank of America’s Brian Moynihan spoke at a Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce event.

He says a stimulus package should focus on business and workers in the restaurant, hospitality and other industries that require face-to-face interaction.

COVID nasal spray

Auris Medical soared as high as 480% on news that its nasal spray could protect against the coronavirus.

The clinical-stage company tested its spray on human nasal cells in a lab and found that cells treated right before inoculation of the coronavirus had effective protection.

The amount of virus was 90% lower 48 hours after infection than that observed in controls and 72 hours after infection, the virus was 99.2% lower.

Auris would do additional tests and look to submit to regulatory applications in 2021.