After allegations of low pay, worker abuse, and poor living conditions, Foxconn was long overdue for a riot.
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Advocacy group accuses the company of using forced student interns, some of whom are as young as 16.
Maybe it doesn't matter if Chinese workers cannot afford to buy the very iPhone or iPad they assembled.
Turns out Mike Daisey lied a lot in his story about working conditions at Foxconn.
Allegedly poisoned by cleaning chemicals, two iPhone makers file a petition for better working conditions and spark a protest.
In its pursuit for Apple exclusives, the New York Times' damning Foxconn coverage has sparked a Cupertino silent treatment.
Apple's ties to Foxconn go under the acerbic knife of a late night sketch.
Until 1994, your Mac was manufactured in California.