Tuesday’s business headlines

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

Job satisfaction

In the face of the pandemic, an economic crisis, mass layoffs and high unemployment, the percent of employees reporting overall satisfaction with their jobs remained high in 2020, according to a new survey from the Conference Board.

Remote workers were not more or less satisfied with their jobs.

Disney World

Disney World recently announced a major upgrade to its resort that will enable the park to obtain nearly half of its energy from solar power.

When the project come online, which is expected to happen within the next two years, it will work with previously installed solar panels to produce enough energy that’s expected to supply the park with 40% of it annual power consumption.


Spotify is increasing the price of its premium family plan in the U.S. as of April 30. It will cost $16 per month, up from $15 monthly, to get up to six in the same household access to the company’s add-free listening experience.

Spotify announced the price hike in an email it sent to current subscribers.


Apple is being sued in New York in an attempted class-action complaint over water resistance.

The claim it mispresented how resistant to liquid the iPhone is in its marketing.

The suit also says the warranty is said not to cover damage caused by liquids, usually signified by a liquid contact indicator turning red.