Apple shareholders reject conservative proposals on its diversity policy and China

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Apple has been asked by a US shareholder to launch an audit of its ‘impacts on civil rights and non-discrimination’. (Photo: Regis Duvignau/Reuters)

Apple shareholders have voted against proposals put forward by conservative US groups that consider the tech giant's diversity and inclusion policies as "bigoted against men" and called for an audit of its dealings with China. Shareholders at tech giant Apple’s annual general meeting have heeded the company’s advice and heavily ...

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