Apple pressed by shareholders over China censorship
But motion requiring company to disclose government requests is defeated
Apple CEO Tim Cook is seen at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing. The company's business is heavily reliant on the Chinese consumer market and the country's supply chain, as evidenced by the recent coronavirus outbreak.
CUPERTINO, U.S. -- Apple shareholders raised concerns about the company's compliance with the Chinese government's censorship demands at an annual investor event on Wednesday.
Hundreds of shareholders gathered at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple's California headquarters to vote on issues such as board member nominations and management compensation.
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