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Green Apple: Computer Giant Rushes Back to Eco-Friendly Registry

Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Green Apple: Computer Giant Rushes Back to Eco-Friendly RegistryFiled under: Company News, Technology, Apple
On July 10, The Wall Street Journal broke the news that Apple (AAPL) would delist all 39 of its desktops, laptops, and monitors from a voluntary, green-electronics registry called EPEAT. Just seven days later, The Journal reported that Apple will relist the previously deregistered products.

The sudden change of heart likely arose from the storm of controversy that followed the move. Hard-core Apple fans vented their wrath, and the city of San Francisco said it would stop buying Apple...

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