The headlines on Friday – WISH-TV | Indianapolis Information | Indiana climate
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at the headlines on Friday.
According to Simon, both online shopping and Bitcoin are harmful to the environment.
John Rulli, Head Office, says where to shop. Stores are the most sustainable option in retail.
Simon is committed to protecting the environment and has reduced his total carbon footprint by 50% since 2003, reducing water balance and recycling in all centers.
Target has announced that it will temporarily stop selling trading cards – both sports and Pokémon cards – in stores after a heated argument at one of its locations.
Last week a target in Wisconsin was suspended after a man was physically assaulted by four others for sports trading cards.
Disney’s theme parks were hit by the pandemic again in the second quarter, but easing COVID-19 restrictions could help.
Disney reported 103.6 million Disney + customers on April 3. Analysts had forecast 109 million.
The streaming service had boosted the company’s success as it lost its business due to COVID restrictions.
The first divorce hearing between Bill and Melinda Gates is scheduled for Friday.
The billionaires announced their divorce on May 3, but confirmed that they would continue to work with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, one of the largest nonprofits in the world.
Friday’s hearing could shed some light on how assets will be divided and what impact they could have on their own stocks.