Krilla says his group is set to start conducting inspections with the new standards next month. Meantime, inspectors working on behalf of the Bangladeshi government say progress has been slow because of political turmoil inside the country. Mehedi Ahmed Ansary, a professor at the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, says his group, which is assisting the government, has only been able to inspect around 60 factories in the past month.
A cohort raised to distrust pink has turned contrarian and embraced a muddied, faded version of the color. This summer, we’re conspicuously reading Sweetbitter, drinking a matching glass of fros, and Instagramming it all with our rose gold iPhones. Instead of the minimalism that’s dominated fashion for the past few years, we’re firmly into maximal, ruffled, not pink pink from the Gucci resort collection (or its Zucci equivalent)..
Arguably most powerful quote is when he states you really think Apple doesn know? This speaks to the notion that Apple, a company that is resolute in its standards for quality and control over the design of their products, would not be fully aware of the production processes taking place. While Dailey words are powerful, they are not necessarily surprising. Apple, and the other tech companies employing Foxconn, undoubtedly know the atrocities which occur in Foxconn factories.
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Final gym issue today comes from the fact that I somehow forgot to take a water bottle. I am an idiot. There something about running on a treadmill that just makes you crave water much sooner/more often than when running out in the open. The marketer puts an equal number of diverse faces in this year’s ad for its flagship soda brand, which will run as a 60 second spot in the fourth quarter. But the ad by Wieden Kennedy Portland will likely draw less of a polarizing reaction than the 2014 spot because it uses an original poem that is more about Coke than anything that could be seen as political. The ad, called “The Wonder of Us,” markets the Cola as suitable for everyone, no matter a drinker’s race, background or beliefs..