investigative series

investigative series

What were the “falsehoods” in Mike Daisy’s Apple show?

tech.fortune.cnn.com
A monologist who shined a harsh light on Apple has himself come under scrutiny Daisey performing "The Agony and the Ecstacy of Steve Jobs" “Daisey lied to me,” wrote This American Life producer Ira Glass Friday as he announced that his radio show was withdrawing its most popular episode —...
What were the “falsehoods” in Mike Daisy’s Apple show?

Here's A Numeric Breakdown Of Just How Bad It Is To Work At Foxconn

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An investigative series by the New York Times and a performance piece by Mike Daisey featured on This American Life have put the spotlight on Foxconn, the Taiwanese company whose massive Chinese factories manufacture some of the world's most popular consumer electronics. As well as working with companies like Dell, Motorola, Nokia and Hewlett-Packard, Foxconn assembles...
Here's A Numeric Breakdown Of Just How Bad It Is To Work At Foxconn

Letter: Why the Seattle Times objects to the Washington News Council's hearing and online vote

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Retired appeals court judge Karen Seinfeld chairs the Washington News Council hearing this morning, as viewed on the TVW webcast. This morning at Town Hall in Seattle, the Washington News Council is holding a hearing on a complaint by Dr. Richard Wollert against the Seattle Times over his portrayal in...
Letter: Why the Seattle Times objects to the Washington News Council's hearing and online vote

NYT wins Pulitzer for 'iEconomy' investigative series on Apple's supply chain

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The nine-part "iEconomy" series, which investigated Asia's technology supply industry with a particular focus on Apple, netted The New York Times a 2013 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting.    ...
NYT wins Pulitzer for 'iEconomy' investigative series on Apple's supply chain

News Council to live webcast hearing on Seattle Time series, sparking debate over public vote

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The Washington News Council will hold a hearing Saturday morning on a complaint against the Seattle Times by one of the subjects of its 2012 “Price of Protection” investigative series. It’s the seventh hearing in the 15-year history of the group, which describes itself as the state’s only operating media...
News Council to live webcast hearing on Seattle Time series, sparking debate over public vote
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