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Former Foxconn employees charged with bribery

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By Phil Dzikiy

News Editor, iLounge
Published: Thursday, January 23, 2014
News Categories: Apple

Several former Foxconn employees have been charged in Taiwan with taking bribes from supply chain partners, the Wall Street Journal reports. A former Foxconn general manager has been detained, and three other former Foxconn employees were released on bail. There are no plans to investigate Foxconn’s clients, as no evidence has linked them to the alleged bribery. Apple, Foxconn’s largest client, declined comment on the story. In 2011, former Apple global supply manager Paul Devine pleaded guilty to taking kickbacks from Asian suppliers.

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