A cardboard cutout of Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs portrayed with devil's horns and paper figures symbolizing Chinese workers are placed by protesters outside a Foxconn's annual general meeting during a protest in Hong Kong Tuesday, June 8, 2010. Protesters picketed Foxconn's annual general meeting in Hong Kong on Tuesday, accusing both the Apple Inc. supplier and computer giant of poor corporate ethics after a recent spate of suicides at Foxconn factories in mainland China. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

Foxconn, Apple Announce Improved Factory Conditions, Workers Not Convinced

(MintPress)-Apple supplier, Foxconn, plans to improve working conditions after a report released on Thursday by the Fair Labor Association (FLA) confirmed overworked employees and unsafe working standards in its Chinese factories. The announcement seems to be a foot forward for Apple, which was hit with protests and petitions over inhumane working conditions at Foxconn factories that […]