Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has said he won't take the quarterly $75 million payments he would earn under a new Apple employee policy.
China is transitioning away from being the world's discount manufacturer. But it will have to loosen its currency even more to avoid the pitfalls of development.
2012 Goldman Environmental Prize winner Ma Jun enlists ordinary Chinese to help clean up China's pollution.
Why do we keep hearing about labor abuses in overseas factories like those of Apple-supplier Foxconn? Auditing and inspections are inadequate to solve the problem. Requiring companies to examine and publicly report on risks along their supply chains can help eliminate violations.
Apple CEO Tim Cook this week met with Chinese officials and toured a plant owned by Foxconn, which manufacturers parts for Apple.
A group of Chinese writers charge that Apple is selling unlicensed copies of their works.
Mountain Hazelnut Venture is planting trees, paying fair wages, and supplying customers in a triple win for corporate social responsibility.
A new rumor suggests that Amazon could release a Kindle Fire 2 in May or June.
The iPhone 5 will get a larger screen and a new shape, according to a new report.