New York Times
Apple's Tim Cook responds to accounts of poor factory conditions
Los Angeles Times
Apple Inc.'s chief executive responded to a wave of negative attention to conditions at overseas factories that make its products, saying the insinuation that Apple doesn't care about the welfare of its workers is "offensive.
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