An Apple supplier is violating the company's standards for worker treatment in its Chinese factories, according to a new video report from the BBC.
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Steve Jobs announced the G5 products on June 23, 2003. In doing so he broke his promise to never pre-announce products.
Combine Apple's incredible earnings with the reality of life in its supply chain, and it's clear that the tech giant could afford to do much better by workers.
Debates in the United States in response to these disclosures have been how to assign blame or whether consumers can force Apple to be more ethical. This is not enough. The problems are certainly not limited to Apple or Foxconn.
By Royston Chan
SUZHOU, China (Reuters) - Chinese workers at a factory making touch screens on contract for Apple have urged the U.S. company to he...
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