what would Apple be without Foxconn … in China where hundreds of thousands assemble iPads
After the eleventh worker had jumped to his death, the company [is] compelling workers to sign contracts promising not to kill themselves
No wonder Terry Gou, the chairman of Hon Hai [the parent company of Foxconn was] … complaining that “to manage one million animals gives me a headache.”
Gou added that he wanted to learn from … the director of the Taipei Zoo, exactly how animals should be “managed,” and invited the zoo director to speak at Hon Hai’s annual review meeting, urging his general managers to listen carefully.
- S. Zizek