WSJ: Apple investigated possible business misconduct in its supply chain

November 30, 2018 Alessandro Pasetti

WSJ reports: “Apple conducted an investigation in May into possible business misconduct within its supply chain, including possible kickbacks and bribes to employees from suppliers, rattling some of the tech giant’s suppliers and employees as they geared up to produce the company’s newest devices.”

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