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New rules pressure companies to take responsibility for their supply chains
...$1.05 billion: Original jury award that Apple won after a patent trial in San Jose last year. ...
Recently enacted federal and state rules, along with some very public pressure, are making U.S. companies take a closer look at how they manage their international supply chains
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