Apple the “Tax Dodger,” Your Donated Clothes, Global Brand Supply Chain Woes

Tim Cook was questioned by a US Senate subcommittee about Apple’s offshore cash, after being accused of “dodging” paying taxes in the US.

What really happens to your clothes after you donate them? NPR takes a look.

Global brands are still under fire: H&M says orders for clothing made in the Cambodian factory where 23 workers were injured on Monday were placed without its knowledge.

Steelwedge announces their latest offering: “The world’s leading manufacturers are recognizing that increasingly complex, interdependent businesses—and the plans built to manage them—will only survive with better agility and resilience built into them,” their CEO says.

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