Apple's Worry Over China
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- U.S. contractors including Boeing (NYS: BA) may be required to have disabled workers comprise a minimum of 7% of their work force, as part of a new plan from the Labor Department.
- Apple (NAS: AAPL) headed to appeals court today in China to fight for the right to its iPad trademark in the country.
- Microsoft (NAS: MSFT) will unveil a test version of its upcoming Windows 8 operating system. In addition to running on Intel-based chips, the new software will boast a second version that works on ARM Holdings (NAS: ARMH) microprocessors for smartphones and tablet devices.
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