Nancy Koehn

Harvard Business School

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Historian of Business at Harvard Business School and author of The Story of American Business: From the Pages of the New York Times

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Last year it was  Wired  magazine, reporting on allegedly inhumane working conditions at Foxconn, which makes iPads and iPhones for Apple at two factories in China.

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Last year it was Wired magazine, reporting on allegedly inhumane working conditions at Foxconn, which makes iPads and iPhones for Apple at two factories in China.

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Last year it was  Wired  magazine, reporting on allegedly inhumane working conditions at Foxconn, which makes iPads and iPhones for Apple at two factories in China.

Is Apple Facing the Music?

Last year it was Wired magazine, reporting on allegedly inhumane working conditions at Foxconn, which makes iPads and iPhones for Apple at two factories in China.

from To the Point

On this Labor Day, with unemployment seemingly stuck at 9 percent, all eyes are on Washington, which the  Gallop Poll  finds more confident about the economy than the rest of America.

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On this Labor Day, with unemployment seemingly stuck at 9 percent, all eyes are on Washington, which the Gallop Poll finds more confident about the economy than the rest of America.

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