Tuesday’s business headlines

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

Hospital cyber attack

A major hospital chain has been hit by what appears to be one of the largest medical cyber attacks in United States history.

Computer systems for Universal Health Services, which has more than 400 locations, primarily in the U.S. began to fail over the weekend.

Patient charts are on paper but medication information is all online.


Randstad U.S. announces it is hiring for 250 remote customer service representative jobs in Greenfield.

The company’s move to beef up its staff comes as companies across the country are hiring for remote positions.

Candidates looking for job opportunities can apply through an online portal or attend an upcoming virtual hiring event.

JP Morgan Chase

JP Morgan Chase told thousands of office workers across its consumer unit they can plan to continue working remotely until next year.

However, the bank says it will start bringing back its Wall Street traders to the office this year.

The consumer and community banking unit, which operates primarily in the U.S., has 122,089 employees.

Oil prices

Oil prices are heading back down as COVID cases rise

As cases rise, governments restrict travel, limiting demand for oil.

Oil prices are head for their first monthly fall since April.