INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Tuesday’s business headlines.
The FDA has expanded its list of potentially deadly hand sanitizer products, warning a Mexican-based company about selling products that contain methanol, a dangerous form of alcohol that can poison people through their skin.
A warning letter has been issued to Eskbiochem S.A. for distributing products with undeclared methanol, unapproved claims – including incorrectly stating FDA approval – and improper manufacturing practices.
The FDA has warned against the use of more than 75 different hand sanitizer products because they contain methanol.
They are listed on the FDA website.
As eviction protections are set to expire across the UnitedStates, up to 30 million tenants may be at risk of being thrown out of their homes, according to one expert.
Zach Neumann, a co-founder of the COVID-19 Eviction Project, comments come after nearly a third of American renters missed their July rent payments, according to a study by Apartment List, an apartment listing website.
The Republican proposal revealed Monday would extend a ban on evictions.
Google will let employees work from home for at least another year.
Staff at the search giant – who were first sent home in March due to the coronavirus pandemic – are not expected to return in a large capacity until at least July 2021, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Shares of T-Mobile were halted early Monday due to NASDAQ requiring additional information from the company.
The reasons behind the request were not immediately clear. Shares of T-Mobile ended the regular Monday session up .7% and so far this year, the stock has gained 35%.