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Apple blocking requests to make its full federal diversity report public

Apple has refused to make all of the data from their federal diversity filing public. While Apple did publish some diversity data earlier this year, they have blocked requests to have the data released to the public. The EEO-1 report that is being requested is a federally mandated detailed breakdown of workforce composition. Apple was joined by other companies in this refusal, according to USA Today:

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Apple said to be preparing new R&D facility in Japan

Apple is reportedly preparing to build a new research and development facility in Japan. The new facility will apparently be on par with the larger R&D operations in other parts of Asia, Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo told a crowd at an election rally, according to Reuters:

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News outlets battle the courts to see 2011 deposition video of Steve Jobs released

Footage of Apple's late co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs may be released to the public after being played in an antitrust court case just last week. Lawyers representing the Associated Press, Bloomberg and CNN have filed a motion with the courts to have said deposition media – recorded back in 2011 – made available. According to the CNET report:

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Judge rules iPod class-action suit must go on

Despite Apple's efforts to toss out a class-action lawsuit over iTunes DRM and locking the iPod, U.S. district judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers said that the suit must continue. After Apple's investigation late last week revealed that neither representing plaintiffs in the suit are qualified to make claims as they had purchased their iPods outside of the window stated for the suit, Judge Rogers said she will hold a hearing for selection of new plaintiff representatives.

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Leaked document reveals DiCaprio's importance as Steve Jobs to Sony

Leaked documents from the Sony Pictures hack reveal why the studio had pulled out from producing the Steve Jobs biopic based on Walter Isaacson's biography. According to the leak of Sony's internal forecast of the film, the studio projected that revenue for the movie would drop by as much as 25 percent after Leonardo DiCaprio, originally cast for the role of Jobs, pulled out. The movie is said to still be on track under Universal after Sony withdrew.

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Steve Wozniak talks early days of Apple in profile piece

Bloomberg sat down with Steve Wozniak last week for a short profile of the Apple co-founder. In a video of their interview, Woz speaks in detail about the early days of Apple — from hand designing the boards of the Apple-1 to his eventual departure from the company in 1987.

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Natalie Portman reportedly passes on Steve Jobs biopic

It is now being reported that actress Natalie Portman will not be playing the female lead in the Steve Jobs biopic. The movie, based on Walter Isaacson's biography of the late Apple co-founder, is said to still be on track for its spring production date. Reasons were not disclosed as to why Portman had passed on the role and Universal has not issued any statement on her replacement.

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Bose products could reportedly return to Apple Stores as early as next week

If a new report is to be believed, Apple Stores may start stocking Bose products again in time for the holidays. The report comes from French site iGen.fr, which says its sources have indicated that Bose products could hit Apple Store shelves as early as next week.

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Apple reportedly hiring luxury experts for retail stores

According to a new report, Apple may be looking to hire candidates with a background in the luxury or fashion industry for its retail stores ahead of the launch of the Apple Watch.

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New MasterCard ad features Apple Pay and Gwen Stefani

MasterCard has debuted a new Apple Pay ad featuring Gwen Stefani. The ad, which you can watch above, is a part of MasterCard's "Priceless Surprises" campaign that gives cardholders a chance to earn prizes by simply using their MasterCard.

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