Ford to Cut Suppliers by 40%, Breaking Down the Food Supply Chain, Amazon’s Profit Problem

Ford is reducing its number of suppliers by 40 percent to cut down on vehicle building costs.

The Guardian breaks down the complicated food supply chain to show how we came to be unknowingly eating horsemeat.

From consistent sales to rising stock shares, Amazon has nearly all the markings of a wildly successful company. All that’s missing is profit.

Nokia has unveiled its first tablet and pair of smartphones.

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