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Foxconn has announced today they’ll be buying up a piece of GoPro.
A manufacturing company best known for its work on Apple's iPad and iPhone, as well as multiple inquiries into working conditions and employee welfare at its plants, is rumored to be heading to the West.
Supply and demand: It’s a deceptively simple notion. It’s one thing to be unable to get products in customers’ hands because demand is so high. It’s another to be unable supply products because your factory can’t churn out enough product.
Foxconn, the world’s largest manufacturer of electronic products, including Apple’s iPad and iPhone, has found itself in hot water once more regarding labor and hiring processes, an issue which they’ve all but become synonymous with.
Foxconn, the assembly plant for Apple and many other electronics companies, is making headlines once again as the Fair Labor Association has issued a report about the plant's performance.
A Chinese activist group called Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM) are calling out the Chinese assembly plant Foxconn once more, saying conditions at factories haven't improved.
It seemed unbelievable at first when news broke over the weekend that a Foxconn CEO had “officially” announced the new, rumored Apple TV device. To those who have been following Apple for any length of time, such a story reeked of something fishy.
It’s been the most hotly debated Apple rumor since the iPad and the iPhone, and so far the talk has refused to die down.
Osaka, Mar 27, 2012 - (JCN Newswire) - Sharp Corporation (hereinafter "Sharp") entered into agreement today with Hon Hai group, the world's leading EMS (electronic manufacturing
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