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The labor group claims that many stores will have to close under the combined company and that administrative jobs will be made redundant.
There's the necessity of Amazon. There's the ethics of how a multinaitonal company treats its labor. And then there's Prime Day and you.
It seems that Apple Stores are struggling to handle the backlog of battery replacement orders they're getting with the hands they have on deck.
The Henan provincial government issued notices to send vocational students to the Foxconn factory for work experience, even if their vocation isn't related.
What may be the biggest iPhone launch in the history of the device may be the platform that Communications Workers of America can wield against AT&T.
Retail workers for the wireless side as well as AT&T's wireline and satellite employees are walking pickets for the weekend.
The Canadian company is accused of depriving entitlements to its employees after transferring them over to Ford Motor Company and forcing them to resign.
But not that kind of insurance fraud. Rather, it was insurance, data and repairs fraud, along with other stuffed charges that caught customers off-guard.
Apple's largest contractor for assembling iPhones may be down with the idea of setting up shop in the US amid major political and economic pressures.
China Labor Watch analyzed the paystubs of workers at Pegatron's Shanghai complex and found that as local minimum wages went up, theirs went down.
The two mobile tech giants along with Sony, Microsoft, Huawei, LG, ZTE and Lenovo are called to enforce zero tolerance policies against child labor.