Apple faces shareholder vote over Chinese app removal policies
Apple Inc's shareholders on Wednesday will vote on a proposal critical of its moves to remove apps at the request of the Chinese government and ...
FILE PHOTO: The Apple Inc. logo is seen hanging at the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in Manhattan, New York, U.S., October 16, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File PhotoApple opposes the proposal, saying it already provides extensive information about when it takes down apps at the request of governments around the world and that it follows the laws in countries where it operates.
Shareholders will also vote on a proposal to allow shareholders to nominate more than one director to Apple's board and whether to tie executive compensation to environmental sustainability metrics. Apple opposes both proposals.
Read more: CNA
Warren Buffett shares an unfortunate story that reflects Berkshire Hathaway's incredible scopeBerkshire’s businesses appear to be tripping over each other. YahooFinance
Hawker jailed for slashing man's face with saw at coffee shop after dispute over cigarette smokeSINGAPORE: An intoxicated man slashed a coffee shop patron's face with a saw after a dispute over cigarette smoke, leaving scars on the victim's face.
The coronavirus comes at a bad time for the toy industryThe COVID-9 outbreak comes at a difficult time for the toy sector, with sales in 2019 off as much as 4%, according to NPD Group. YahooFinance
US considers expelling Chinese journalists after American Wall Street Journal reporters barredWASHINGTON (BLOOMBERG) - The US is weighing whether to expel Chinese journalists after China kicked out three Wall Street Journal reporters, part of a push by the Trump administration to show leaders in Beijing that it will resist restrictions on Americans working in China.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Chinese work permit holders in manufacturing, services can switch bosses to ease virus-related labour crunchChinese work permit holders in manufacturing, services can switch bosses to ease virus-related labour crunch.
Chinese consumers snap up yoga mats, video games, condoms as coronavirus keeps them at homeAs the coronavirus epidemic keeps hundreds of millions of Chinese stuck at home, they're shopping online to stave off boredom with games for ...