Sony hack could cost $100 million

Entertainment giant Sony could face up to $100 million in costs from the recent hack on the company's servers, according to a Business Insider report.

The cost estimate includes investigation into the attack, computer repair and/or replacement, steps to prevent future attacks and lost productivity, according to the report.

Additionally, Sony faces several lawsuits from employees claiming the company failed to adequately protect their personal information, which could add to the overall cost.

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