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An episode of a popular, former Peabody Award winning US radio program that contained a story critical of working conditions at a Taiwanese company that supplies components used in Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, and Sony products has been retracted.
According to the Fair Labor Association (FLA), the controversial Foxconn factory in China has better working conditions than other facilities in the country.
Proview International Holdings, a Chinese company, is seeking a ban on imports and exports of Apple's iPad, which could effectively shut down supply for the world.
Apple Inc. announced on Monday that a non-profit labor group has begun an "unprecedented" audit of working conditions at some of its suppliers in China, including Foxconn, which has come under fire for poor working conditions and a rash of suicides in recent years.
Asia-based Foxconn, contract manufacturer to hardware makers including Apple, Samsung and IBM, had its internal network hacked yesterday as part of a series of protests against the company’s working conditions.
Consumer watchdog group SumOfUs posted an online petition last week demanding that Apple Inc. make its next smartphone "the first ethical iPhone.”
Apple's 2012 “Supplier Responsibility Progress Report” (PDF) documents 229 audits throughout its supply chain last year by Apple, which is up 80 percent from 127 audits in 2010.
Assembly workers at Foxconn Technology’s Wuhan plant, where they build Microsoft’s Xbox 360, threatened to kill themselves if their wages and working conditions did not improve.
More rumors of Apple developing its own television set are popping up, saying the company is planning a 32- and 37-inch set.
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