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Paul Mozur / Digits:
Apple Named in China Porn App Investigation   —  Apple Inc. is once again in the pages of the People's Daily, this time in an article listing a number of websites and app stores that have been investigated for providing pornographic content in China.  —  The Cupertino, Calif. …
Apr 17, 2013, 9:05 AMIn context
Paul Mozur / Wall Street Journal:
Tim Cook Apologizes for China Customer Service   —  BEIJING—Apple Inc. issued an apology letter signed by Chief Executive Tim Cook that vowed to revamp aspects of its customer-service policies in China after more than two weeks of pointed attacks by government-run media.
Apr 1, 2013, 1:35 PMIn context
Paul Mozur / Wall Street Journal:
China to Tighten Oversight on Apple   —  BEIJING—A Chinese regulator said it would heighten supervision over Apple Inc.'s consumer-rights practices as state media continued to attack the company over its after-sales practices.  —  The State Administration for Industry and Commerce …
Mar 29, 2013, 12:50 AMIn context
Paul Mozur / Wall Street Journal:
Beijing Strikes Again at Apple   —  BEIJING—The Chinese Communist Party's main propaganda outlet assailed Apple Inc.'s customer-service practices, the latest indication that China might move to check foreign companies' domination of the country's smartphone market.
Mar 25, 2013, 3:25 PMIn context
Paul Mozur / Wall Street Journal:
Foxconn Workers Say, ‘Keep Our Overtime’   —  SHENZHEN, China—Nets to catch would-be jumpers still sag ominously from Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.'s buildings.  —  But two years after a spate of suicides at the Apple Inc. supplier's campus here, workers are more concerned …
Dec 18, 2012, 8:20 AMIn context
Paul Mozur / Wall Street Journal:
Qihoo 360's Zhou Hongyi: Taking Aim at China's Internet   —  BEIJING—In August, Internet entrepreneur Zhou Hongyi set out to capture a chunk of China's $3.3 billion search market, an area so dominated by Baidu Inc. that the company is often called the Google of China.
Nov 30, 2012, 12:40 PMIn context
Paul Mozur / China Real Time Report:
No VPN?  No Problem.  A New Way Around China's Great Firewall … A key method for circumventing China's Internet filters, virtual private networks have come into the crosshairs of the government lately.  During the 18th Party Congress earlier this month many faced blockages …
Nov 29, 2012, 8:35 AMIn context
Paul Mozur / Digits:
iPhone 5 Gets China Network Access License   —  Looks like Apple Inc.'s iPhone 5 may be coming to China soon.  —  According to a regulatory website, an Apple device resembling the iPhone 5 has received approval for a “network access” license in China.  —  The phone is compatible …
Nov 29, 2012, 8:00 AMIn context
Paul Mozur / Wall Street Journal:
China Telecom Prepares for iPhone 5   —  BEIJING—China Telecom Corp. plans to begin offering the iPhone 5 in late November or early December, which would mark the entry of Apple Inc.'s latest smartphone into China.  —  State-controlled China Telecom, the country's third-largest mobile phone operator …
Nov 9, 2012, 12:20 PMIn context
Paul Mozur / Wall Street Journal:
China Calls Huawei Report ‘Groundless’   —  BEIJING—China issued its strongest statement yet against a U.S. congressional report urging U.S. business to spurn two Chinese telecommunications companies, saying the move could hurt relations between the countries.
Oct 9, 2012, 3:30 PMIn context

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