Pollution in Bangladesh, Restaurant Spending Plummets, The Shrinking Twinkie

How do Bangladeshi schoolchildren know what colors are going to dominate Western clothing stores? Why, by looking at the polluted canals. The NY Times takes a look at the environmental damage caused by Bangladesh’s low-cost garment factories.

Restaurant spending declined 1.2% in June, the largest plummet in more than five years.

Bringing you the latest in privacy invasions: Nordstrom has been tracking customers’ smartphones to gather data on shoppers’ behavior and even mood.

The resurrected Twinkie may be slightly smaller than the original.

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