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