Cheddar morning business update 9/13: Apple shares fall after iPhone X announcement

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Top morning business and technology headlines for Sept. 13, 2017:
  • Apple launched its highly anticipated high end iPhone X Tuesday, but investors were not impressed. The tech company’s shares fell Tuesday following the announcement. Analysts said most of the phone’s functionality had already been leaked, and the big concern is that the phone won't ship until Nov. 3 - much later than expected.
  • Amazon's second headquarters in North America, aka Amazon HQ2, could be built in Boston. Bloomberg reports that several execs are pulling for the city. 
  • Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Pass returns this week. For $100, customers can get unlimited pasta and breadsticks for eight weeks. The pass goes on sale Thursday at 2 p.m. ET at PastaPass.com. Last year, the passes sold out in one second.
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