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Can Building a Computer Be "No Sweat"? New Electronics Industry Code of Conduct addresses labor practices in overseas factories
Author: Steve Lippman, Trillium Asset Management
In October 2004, Hewlett-Packard [HP], Dell, and IBM released a joint Electronics Industry Code of Conduct, which Cisco [Cisco Systems], Intel, and Microsoft quickly endorsed as well... with a harmonized approach to addressing labor and employment...
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