Apple Supplier Shares Fall, BMW Supply Chain Delay, NSA Admits to Violating Privacy Protections

Apple supplier shares fell after the company’s big unveiling yesterday of the iPhone 5S and the lower-cost version 5C, two highly anticipated smartphones that nevertheless failed to impress investors.

Hopeful news for the thousands of customers who are waiting to repair their BMWs. BMW’s supply chain is still plagued by a shortage of spare parts, but the company’s top executives promise to have the problem solved by the end of this month.

A third of food produced yearly is thrown away, and this waste is the third largest source of greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new report from the UN.

The NSA at last admits to violating privacy protections.

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