TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts turns the tables on TDO Host Ken Ray today, asking Ken about his most important and most interesting stories of 2022. That the answers are COVID and AR respectively will likely come as no surprise.
Evercore’s still way positive on Apple, negative zero-COVID in China and fighting union with “union.” That’s today’s Observation Deck.
The Towson, Maryland Apple Store union is set to begin its first contract negotiations in early January, reports indicate.
Pronouncements on iPhone production, two tales of Apple and retail worker unions, and more on Apple’s advertising pause on Twitter.
U.S. labor board found that Apple violated federal laws by coercing and interrogating Atlanta retail store workers during mandatory meetings.
Despite other claims to the contrary, workers at the St. Louis Galleria Apple Store stated they felt no pressure against unionization.
Union organizers plan to file a class action lawsuit against Apple for employing illegal anti-union strategies.
Pro iPhones aren’t getting easier to get, unrest in iPhone City and actual cities in China, and St. Louis gives togetherness the slip.
The St. Louis Apple Store workers are set to vote for a union and could be the third store to do so, following the Apple Store Oklahoma City.
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