INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Here’s a look at Thursday’s business headlines.
Apple may be late to the streaming game, but when it does launch its video platform, it plans to take it global.
The information reports the company aims to launch its streaming service in more than 100 countries.
The platform will include original programming from Apple as wel as the ability to sign up for subscription channels from other companies.
The FDA approved the first new flu treatment in nearly 20 years.
It’s a flu treatment not a vaccine.
Zo-flu is the name and it’s meant for patients 12 years and oldeer who have had symptoms for no more than 48 hours.
Almost half of student loan borrowers could be in default by 2023.
Ameritech Financial says repayment will be harder for the 44 million Americans who have debt as interest rates rise.
According to a new study for Yougov, more than one-third of those with student loans felt that taking on debt was not worth the education they recieved.
Google just made it easier to delete your search history.
Now, users will have the option to erase past queries without leaving search. Previously, they had to visit their account landing page.
The update comes after a handful of recent data privacy scandals.