9: This is the amount in millions of dollars that British retailer Primark said it would begin paying in long-term compensation to the victims of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh on April 2013 – the deadliest garment industry disaster ever. Primark is one of more than two dozen retailers whose clothes were made there.
20: This is the amount in millions of dollars that the New York State Department of Financial Services, or DFS, fined the U.S. insurance unit of AXA Advisors for failing to adequately report changes in certain retirement-income contracts. The company’s omissions limited the state’s ability to put in place consumer protections, according to the DFS.
– Information compiled by Anthony Ahlegian