Apple takes a bite out of conflict minerals

Jessica Shankleman
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Tech giant pledges to crack down on minerals mined in Democratic Republic of Congo and commits to greater transparency

Apple has pledged to crack down on the use of minerals mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) that can fund war and human rights abuses, in a move that could mark a major breakthrough in efforts...

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