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Chinese Companies Are Now Squatting On Every Available Trademark

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SHANGHAI (AP) — iPotato, isock, icouch, istove, i-you-name-it. An Internet search for "i'' words from A to Z will turn up just about any combination you might think up, from all over the world, only a handful of them related to Apple Inc. Given its penchant for "iproducts," Apple's...
Chinese Companies Are Now Squatting On Every Available Trademark

Riot reported at Apple partner Foxconn's Chengdu factory

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A riot involving "hundreds" of workers broke out at Foxconn's Chengdu factory in southern China as disgruntled employees clashed with security guards reportedly over "past grievances" involving working conditions....
Riot reported at Apple partner Foxconn's Chengdu factory

Apple's iPad trademark row ratchets up as Chinese firm seeks tablets seizure

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Shenzhen Proview Technology says it owns iPad name in China and wants customs officials to ban import and export of devicesA Chinese company says it will ask customs officials to ban imports and exports of Apple's iPads over a trademark dispute.All iPads are manufactured in China, thus global sales of...
Apple's iPad trademark row ratchets up as Chinese firm seeks tablets seizure
Chinese customs: iPad too powerful and popular to be banned

Apple could lose China iPad trademark postures Chinese government official as groups enter mediation

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Apple’s iPad trademark dispute with cash-strapped display company Proview has continued to drag on despite the Chinese company claiming it was in negotiations with Apple as recent as February. Today, several reports suggest that Apple and Proview are currently involved in court-moderated mediation with senior officials posturing that Apple...
Apple could lose China iPad trademark postures Chinese government official as groups enter mediation

Foxconn factory shown in Marketplace video

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After helping This American Life sift through the monologue of performer Mike Daisey, NPR Marketplace reporter Rob Schmitz got his own look at the Shenzhen plant of Apple supplier Foxconn in southern China. Read full article >>...
Foxconn factory shown in Marketplace video

Arrests over kidney sold for iPad

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Five people are arrested in southern China after a teenager sold his kidney so he could buy an iPhone and iPad computer, state media say....
Arrests over kidney sold for iPad

Charges Filed After Chinese Teenager Sells Kidney to Purchase iPhone and iPad

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Reuters reports that five people have been charged with intentional injury in southern China after a teenager sold one of his kidneys in order to purchase an iPad and iPhone. According to the report, those charged include the surgeon who removed the kidney and another person who arranged for the...
Charges Filed After Chinese Teenager Sells Kidney to Purchase iPhone and iPad

Chinese teenager sold kidney to buy iPhone

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Five people charged after 17-year-old boy from one of China's poorest provinces sold organ to buy coveted Apple gizmosFive people in southern China have been charged with intentional injury in the case of a Chinese teenager who sold a kidney so he could buy an iPhone and an iPad.The five,...
Chinese teenager sold kidney to buy iPhone
Five charged after Chinese teenager sells kidney to buy iPad, iPhone

The Disturbing Story Of How A Teen Sold An Internal Organ To Buy An iPhone

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BEIJING (Reuters) - Five people in southern China have been charged with intentional injury in the case of a Chinese teenager who sold a kidney so he could buy an iPhone and an iPad, the government-run Xinhua News Agency said on Friday. The five included a surgeon who removed...
The Disturbing Story Of How A Teen Sold An Internal Organ To Buy An iPhone

New York Times edits article by Mike Daisey it posted just after Steve Jobs’ death due to fabrications

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The New York Times edited an article by now-suspect monologuist and performer Mike Daisey to reflect that questions have been raised about its accuracy. This follows the public radio program This American Life retracting an entire episode of its program starring Daisey. The article, entitled ‘Against Nostalgia‘, was penned by...
New York Times edits article by Mike Daisey it posted just after Steve Jobs’ death due to fabrications

Apple Threatens to Sue Proview for Defamation as Chinese Court Asks Distributors to Pull iPads

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Associated Press reports that a Chinese court has ruled against Apple in its ongoing trademark dispute with Proview Technology over the rights to the "iPad" trademark in that country, deciding that distributors should halt sales of the iPad in China. The impact of the ruling is, however, unclear as the...
Apple Threatens to Sue Proview for Defamation as Chinese Court Asks Distributors to Pull iPads

Workers at Apple contractor threaten suicide in wage dispute

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Foxconn says dispute has ended after Chinese factory employees said they would jump off building in protestWorkers at a factory owned by Foxconn, Apple's main manufacturer, threatened to jump off the roof of a building in a protest about wages, a month after the two firms reached agreement on improving...
Workers at Apple contractor threaten suicide in wage dispute
Chinese court orders ban on Apple’s iPad

Foxconn Again Raises Wages for Entry-Level Workers

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Reuters reports that Apple's manufacturing partner Foxconn has announced new wage increases for entry-level workers at its facilities in China, boosting pay anywhere from 16-25 percent. The increase, which comes as Foxconn is again under increasing global pressure stemming from reports on working conditions and worker rights issues at the...
Foxconn Again Raises Wages for Entry-Level Workers

Foxconn's Hiring "Lifestyle" And "Safety" Managers To Make Sure Workers Don't Kill Themselves While Making Your iPhone

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March 10 (Bloomberg) -- Foxconn Technology Group, targeted by labor groups for criticism over its working conditions, is seeking a safety and security officer, a lifestyle services manager and two fire chiefs for a China unit that supplies Apple Inc. Foxconn’s Integrated Digital Products Business Group advertised the positions...
Foxconn's Hiring "Lifestyle" And "Safety" Managers To Make Sure Workers Don't Kill Themselves While Making Your iPhone
Fair Labor Association: Foxconn’s plant conditions are better than most

Five charged as Chinese teen sells kidney for iPad, iPhone

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Five people from southern China have been charged in the case of a 17-year-old who sold a kidney to buy an iPad and an iPhone, according to the state's Xinhua News Agency. The incident was first exposed when the teen, only identified by the surname Wang, was asked by his...
Five charged as Chinese teen sells kidney for iPad, iPhone

Thousands Line Up for New iPhone Production Jobs at Foxconn Facilities in China

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Back in late December, reports surfaced indicating that Foxconn was planning a major expansion of its iPhone production capabilities in Zhengzhou, China, with the company reportedly investing $1.1 billion and working with the Chinese government to recruit 100,000 new workers to the facility. M.I.C gadget now reports that the hiring...
Thousands Line Up for New iPhone Production Jobs at Foxconn Facilities in China

Thousands line up for Foxconn jobs in Zhengzhou

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  The Chinese city of Zhengzhou was flooded with thousands of applicants on Monday who gathered outside a labor agency to apply for iPhone plant jobs as electronics giant Foxconn begins to ramp up its huge hiring efforts. The crowd continued to grow throughout the day despite recent controversy...
Thousands line up for Foxconn jobs in Zhengzhou

Reading - @solveclimate Drought Turns Southern China into Arid Plain - http://bit.ly/cKoTSY #environmentnetwork

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Reading - @solveclimate Drought Turns Southern China into Arid Plain - http://bit.ly/cKoTSY #environmentnetwork
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