Narrow your search
Worker was reportedly 23 years old and had been employed by Foxconn for just one month before his death.
Workers in Foxconn's Chengdu factory reportedly rioted on Monday following complaints that they were treated poorly by security staff.
The 2009 event will move to China on the heels of the 2008 finals that will be held this November in Germany and the 2007 finals, which were hosted in Seattle.
The company will close offices in Chengdu and Shanghai, while expanding its remaining offices in Beijing and Guangzhou, according to the Wall Street Journal.
It will reportedly open new brick-and-mortar venues in Chengdu and Shenzhen. But if it does, might it face an injunction targeting the iPad?
The company says that manufacturing facilities in Shenzhen and Chengdu, China, will be inspected by a group "dedicated to ending sweatshop conditions in factories worldwide."
According to a report out of China, thousands of people lined up at the Chengdu Foxconn facility, known for assembling Apple products, to nab a summer job.
The lack of safety precautions for workers was most alarming at the company's Chengdu plant, according to a report released just two weeks before an explosion at the factory killed two.
The chipmaker says inventory on-site in Chengdu was not damaged, but it continues to analyze the situation.
Major earthquake strikes Sichuan region, killing more than 8,500 people, according to press reports. Motorola reports minor injuries and damage to Chengdu facility.