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Tim Cook Responds to Report on Working Conditions at Suppliers' Factories

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In the wake of yesterday's report regarding treatment of workers at the facilities of Apple's suppliers, Apple CEO Tim Cook has sent an email to company employees addressing the situation. As published by 9to5Mac, the email highlights Apple's efforts to oversee compliance with company standards for workers' rights and the...
Tim Cook Responds to Report on Working Conditions at Suppliers' Factories

Cook: Apple 'attacking' human rights problems in factories

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Apple CEO Tim Cook has sent out a long letter to workers in an attempt to respond to complaints about poor conditions at supplier factories, according to 9to5Mac. "As a company and as individuals, we are defined by our values," the letter begins. "Unfortunately some people are questioning Appleís values...
Cook: Apple 'attacking' human rights problems in factories

Angry iPhone Users To March On Apple Tomorrow (APPL)

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Tomorrow at 10 a.m. local time, a group of ticked off Apple customers will show up at Apple's headquarters and stores in D.C., New York, San Francisco, London, Sydney, and Bangalore. They will be delivering petitions signed by 250,000 people asking the company to develop a worker protection strategy...
Angry iPhone Users To March On Apple Tomorrow (APPL)

Another publication investigates Foxconn: CNN interviews an iPad assembler, Apple responds

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After The New York Times published a lengthy two-part piece covering the controversial working conditions of Apple’s supply chain within Foxconn factories in China, other publications have been doing their own investigative work to find out more. The NYT’s second installment brought us the backstory of Foxconn worker Lai...
Another publication investigates Foxconn: CNN interviews an iPad assembler, Apple responds

Apple reveals Tim Cook visited a Foxconn factory during his China trip

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In case you weren’t aware — perhaps hiding under a stone or on a very long vacation from the Internet — Apple supremo Tim Cook is currently in China, on a visit that makes him the company’s first serving CEO to make the trip. A number of topics are said...
Apple reveals Tim Cook visited a Foxconn factory during his China trip

Tim Cook: 'We Care About Every Worker'

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After a New York Times article on conditions in Chinese factories that make Apple products, Timothy Cook, Apple's chief executive, sent a companywide memo on Thursday to explain. "We care about every worker in our worldwide supply chain. Any accident is deeply troubling, and any issue with working conditions is...
Tim Cook: 'We Care About Every Worker'

CNN investigates Foxconn iPad factory conditions, Apple responds

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A new report features a woman who works 60 hours per week assembling iPad components in China, though she has never seen a full iPad in person. In response, Apple said it works to protect "every worker" in its worldwide supply chain....
CNN investigates Foxconn iPad factory conditions, Apple responds

Apple CEO: Any Suggestion That We Don’t Care About Supply Chain Workers Is "Patently False"

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Apple cares about every worker in its supply chain, and any suggestion to the contrary is untrue. That’s the gist of the all-hands email sent to Apple employees today by CEO Tim Cook, who’s taken exception to a New York Times report claiming working conditions at the company’s overseas manufacturing...
Apple CEO: Any Suggestion That We Don’t Care About Supply Chain Workers Is "Patently False"
Apple grants ABC access to its Chinese supply chain, report to air February 21st

Like Intel, AMD Earnings Bit By Windows 8 Launch

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Quarterly earnings reports from the two major chipmakers seem to indicate an unusual trough, rather than a peak, at about the time Microsoft launched Windows 8. For the fourth quarter of 2012, AMD reported a loss of $473 million on revenue of $1.16 billion, with revenue off by about a...
Like Intel, AMD Earnings Bit By Windows 8 Launch

Tim Cook responds to claims of factory worker mistreatment: “We care about every worker in our supply chain”

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This morning, The New York Times published a lengthy report with details about the harsh conditions of working in the factories of an Apple parts supplier or Apple product manufacturer. The report includes this chilling opening: The explosion ripped through Building A5 on a Friday evening last May, an...
Tim Cook responds to claims of factory worker mistreatment: “We care about every worker in our supply chain”

Thanksgiving 2012 mobile payments: PayPal sees 173% increase, GSI up 170%, eBay up 133%

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Thanksgiving 2012 mobile payments: PayPal sees 173% increase, GSI up 170%, eBay up 133%

NYTimes accuses Apple of playing ‘Access Journalism’, claims their coverage of Foxconn conditions got them blackballed

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This story is not going to surprise long-time Apple watchers. The Washington Post is reporting that the New York Times is steamed over not having access to Mountain Lion in step with its main rival the WSJ that reviewed Lion ahead of time and got one-on-ones with Apple executives, including a Q&A with CEO Tim Cook. Other...
NYTimes accuses Apple of playing ‘Access Journalism’, claims their coverage of Foxconn conditions got them blackballed

Apple CEO: ‘We care about every worker in our supply chain’

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The New York Times recently published an article discussing the unsafe working conditions in the factories Apple employs to build its products. It’s no secret that several factories belonging to Apple’s ODM partners have harsh working conditions; there are rumors of anti-suicide pledges that Foxconn workers have to sign, and safety...
Apple CEO: ‘We care about every worker in our supply chain’

Protests against iPhone factory conditions planned Thursday for Apple Stores

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Still unhappy with Apple’s response to the New York Times’ series on labor conditions in Chinese factories that make iPhones and iPads, two organizations are planning a globally coordinated protest on Thursday. Representatives from Change.org and SumOfUs.org will deliver petitions to Apple stores in several major cities with the names of...
Protests against iPhone factory conditions planned Thursday for Apple Stores

TIM COOK: Any Accusation That Apple Doesn't Care About Worker Abuse Is Patently False (AAPL)

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Tim Cook has responded to reports of worker abuse in Foxconn factories with an email to all Apple employees, reports 9to5Mac. He sent the email to explain that "We care about every worker in our worldwide supply chain. Any accident is deeply troubling, and any issue with working conditions...
TIM COOK: Any Accusation That Apple Doesn't Care About Worker Abuse Is Patently False (AAPL)

Tech Today: Blogosphere Takes on Twitter Censorship

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Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images A shop in Tahrir Square is spray painted with the word Twitter after the government shut off internet access on February 4, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Reactions to Twitter Censorship Announcement: Twitter’s announced yesterday that it now has the ability to censor content on a country-by-country...
Tech Today: Blogosphere Takes on Twitter Censorship

Tim Cook: Reports suggesting Apple doesn’t care about workers are “offensive”

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Me and my halo On the heels of a record quarterly profit, Apple was slammed in the press yesterday by a lengthy New York Times article highlighting the poor working conditions in the Chinese factories that make Apple products. Tim Cook, the company’s new chief executive, responded with an email...
Tim Cook: Reports suggesting Apple doesn’t care about workers are “offensive”
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