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Apple becomes first tech firm to join Fair Labor Association


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Apple becomes first tech firm to join Fair Labor Association

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(Updated with letter from Apple CEO Tim Cook) Apple has become the first technology corporation to join the Fair Labor Association, according to a statement by the latter group. The organization was started in 1999 by former US President Bill Clinton with the mission of tracking global workplace conditions. Other members in the FLA include the likes of Adidas, Nike, Nestle and Syngenta; Nike became a founding member when news about Asian sweatshops in its supply chain became public, notes Bloomberg....

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