Apple supplier stops students' illegal overtime at iPhone X factory
CNBC, 23 November at 14:49
Apple supplier Foxconn has stopped students from working illegal overtime at a factory in China. It comes after the Financial Times reported Tuesday that six high school students in Henan province would work 11-hour shifts to manufacture Apple's iPhone X.
Bitcoin Breaks Through $8000: Is It Still Time To Buy?
Seeking Alpha, 23 November at 14:30
That bubble has yet to reach a point of maturity meaning that bitcoin will keep appreciating. Bitcoin could reach $10,000 by the end of the year. Bitcoin (OTCQX:GBTC) keeps soaring to new highs despite claims from a range of prominent investors that it
Elon Musk just won a $50 million bet for building the world's largest lithium ion battery in 100 days
Business Insider, 23 November at 14:10
Elon Musk during his presention during Tesla Powerpack Launch Event at Hornsdale Wind Farm on September 29, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. Mark Brake / Getty Images. Elon Musk has won a high stakes bet after construction of the world's largest lithium ...
Black Friday cheat sheet: 5 things to look for as you shop
Washington Post, 23 November at 14:02
If this year's Black Friday deals are giving you déjà vu, you're not alone. Retailers, it turns out, tend to repeat the same promotions every year: Macy's has been selling $39.99 cashmere sweaters for five years running, while Best Buy has marked down
Apple Supplier Foxconn Halts Interns' Illegal Overtime at iPhone X Factory in China
Mac Rumors, 23 November at 13:58
Apple supplier Foxconn says it has stopped interns from working illegal overtime at its factory in China, after reports emerged that at least six students worked eleven-hour days on iPhone X production lines. Today's announcement follows a Financial
Euro zone businesses roar towards year-end: PMI
CNBC, 23 November at 13:45
Euro zone business growth is roaring as the year draws to a close, a survey showed on Thursday, supporting the European Central Bank's move last month to announce a throttling back of its monetary stimulus. Surveys covering both the services and ...
President nod to Ordinance to amend Bankruptcy Code
The Hindu, 23 November at 13:42
The Ordinance aims to put safeguards in place by prohibiting wilful defaulters from regaining control of the defaulting company. President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday gave his assent to the Ordinance approved by the Union Cabinet to amend the ...
Afternoon Coffee: Illegal Student Labor at Apple iPhone X Maker, Car Part Suppliers Fined for Cartel
Spend Matters, 23 November at 13:28
Illegal student labor has been discovered at a Chinese factory that manufactures the Apple iPhone X, the Financial Times reports. Six high school students told the newspaper that they were part of a group of 3,000 students sent to the factory to
Black Friday Is Eating Itself (Even in Britain)
Bloomberg, 23 November at 12:08
Black Friday marks the start of what promises to be difficult Christmas for retailers -- and the blizzard of special offers is a sign this year will be tougher than ever. Days till Christmas? 31. With inflation outstripping wage growth and higher
The Untraditionally Inexpensive Traditional Thanksgiving Of 2017
PYMNTS.com, 23 November at 12:04
There are a lot of ways to cook a turkey, and today Americans will be trying all of them. Deep-fried, brined, baked and dipped in Flamin' Hot Cheetos dust — the starring bird will take many forms on the Thanksgiving table this year. But while the
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