Apple Suppliers Start New iPad Production, Boeing Defense Cost Cutting to Come from Supply Chain

- August 12, 2014 12:49 PM
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Suppliers for Apple Inc. have reportedly started making new iPads, as the company works to turn around declining tablet sales.

Roughly two-thirds of the Boeing defense unit’s planned $6-billion cost cutting will come from the supply chain.

Tesla rival LG Chem is also working on a 200-mile-range battery electric car that may hit markets around 2017. Both cars will cost less than $40,000.

The Huffington Post recanted a story insinuating that the low price of Charles Shaw wine, the “Two-Buck Chuck” that has sold over 800 million bottles in 12 years, is due to a speedy harvesting process that mashes rodents along with the grapes.

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