INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Monday’s business headlines.
Anthem to pay $39.5 million in 2014 data breach settlement.
Additionally, Anthem has also agreed to a series of data security and good governance provisions.
Indiana will get $2.4 million for the 4.6 million Hoosiers impacted.
One in four women has considered “downshifting” or leaving the workforce during COVID-19.
A new study from Lean In and McKinsey Women – especially women of collar – are more likely to have been laid off or furloughed during the COVID-19 crisis.
Stalling their careers and jeopardizing their financial security.
Amazon says sales of certain thermometers, masks and pulse-taking equipment skyrocketed overnight after President Trump tested positive for coronavirus.
Sales of Femometer’s medical oral thermometer spiked 248% overnight on Amazon, according to Jungle Scout data.
Sales of Amazon brand’s Solimo disinfecting wipes spiked 899%, selling 829 united compared to just 83 the day before.
A hand sanitizer for kids has been recalled over packaging that resembles food and drink containers.
The hand sanitizers, which were marketed with children’s characters, including Paw Patrol, Hot Wheels, Barbie, Trolls and Minions, were being sold under the brand of Smart Care.
The recalled hand sanitizers were sold in stores in the U.S. but they are no longer available for purchase.