INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Monday’s business headlines.
Equipment and vehicles equipped with Cummins engines were used to construct two quickly -built hospitals in China and deliver supplies as part of the country’s sweeping efforts to contain the outbreak of a new strain of coronavirus.
The Republic reports the hospitals were built in just 10 days and 12 days.
Cummins, which is based in Columbus, has 10 facilities in Hubei province.
Clearview AI has been suspended from Apple’s developer program.
Clearview AI’s technology allowed law enforcement agencies to match unknown faces to people’s online images.
Apple said that it disabled Clearview AI’s account for violating the terms of its development enterprise program. The iPhone maker has given Clearview AI 14 days to respond and rectify the issue.
JC Penny is taking a cue from the strategies of retailers like Walmart, Target and Whole Foods by expanding its curbside pickup service.
JC Penney Style on the Go will be rolled out to 50 stores nationwide starting next week, after a pilot program tested well at the company’s concept store in Texas.
Shoppers order the items online and then can pick them up curbside outside the store at a designated time.
A new technology is making it easier for sneaker resellers to weed out fakes.
A company called Entropy provides authentication technology, which can ID the real thing in just a few seconds.
Counterfeiting is a big problem for sneaker resellers. Authorities recently busted a counterfeiting operation that shipped $470 million worth of fake Nikes to the U.S.