- SPECIAL REPORTS
BEIJING—American Public Media’s Marketplace has been allowed to shoot a short news clip showing the process of iPads being assembled at Foxconn’s Longhua facility in Shenzhen, China.
BEIJING—Apple Inc. has agreed to work with partner Foxconn to tackle wage and working condition violations at the Chinese assembly plants that make its popular products.
BEIJING—A television reporter for ABC News was granted unrestricted access to Foxconn’s assembly lines. The contract manufacturer, which counts Apple and Dell among its customers, has faced scrutiny over working conditions at its factories.
BEIJING—Apple supplier Foxconn Technology has raised wages for its assembly line workers in China by 16 percent to 25 percent.
BEIJING—Apple and the Fair Labor Association will be inspecting Foxconn’s assembly plants throughout China next week, following widespread protests over working conditions at the Chinese contract manufacturer.
When President Barack Obama joined Silicon Valley’s top luminaries for dinner in California last February, each guest was asked to come with a question for the president. But as Steve Jobs spoke, Obama interrupted with an inquiry of his own: What would it take to make iPhones in the United States?
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