Cheddar Morning Business Update 9/13: Apple launches iPhone 10

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Apple launched its highly anticipated high end iPhone 10, but investors are not impressed.

Apple shares fell yesterday and analysts say most of the phones functionality had already been leaked. The big concern is that the phone won't ship until Nov.3.

Meanwhile, Amazon's second headquarters in North America, aka Amazon HQ2, could be built in Boston.  Bloomberg reports several execs are pulling for the city.

Some advantages are Boston is close to Harvard and MIT and its airports offers a lot of non-stop flights to Seattle and Washington DC.

Lastly, 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. at PastaPass.com. Last year they sold out in one second.

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