Low Fast Food Wages Cost Taxpayers $7 Billion, Apple Slashes iPhone 5c Production, Diet Soda Sales Fall

According to two reports released yesterday, low wages in the fast food industry cost $7 billion to taxpayers in the form of Medicaid, food stamps, and other public assistance programs.

Apple has asked Pegatron and Hon Hai to reduce production of the iPhone 5c.

Club Monaco’s new flagship store in Manhattan will contain an outpost of Toby’s Estate Coffee and a bookstore operated by the Strand.

Sales volume of diet soda has started falling at a faster rate than regular soda in the U.S., as people become wary of artificial sweeteners.

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