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Apple called out for omitting factory workers from cash pile

The story, "Apple called out for omitting factory workers from cash pile," posted Monday, incorrectly described Applicasa, a business-as-a-service (BaaS) company in the mobile application market.

The first sentence of the 11th paragraph has been changed to clarify the description of the company. The 11th paragraph now reads:

Apple's decision on how it wants to use its cash reserve may make financial sense, but there has to be accountability in the way Apple products are made, said Lior Malenboim, CEO of Applicasa, a business-as-a-service (BaaS) vendor in the mobile application market. It is about thousands of workers being treated badly, while Apple shareholders, and Mac, iPhone and iPad owners sit at home in relative comfort, Malenboim said.

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