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Presenting the budget details on Tuesday,If it is rejected,m. spends an hour on email then goes to the gym then Starbucks then heads to work He’s a keen manager Cook got his start managing Apple’s complex supply chains closing warehouses and instead employing contract manufacturers He pushed hard for stable supplies of product parts “You kind of want to manage it like you’re in the dairy business” he has said “If it gets past its freshness date you have a problem” Cook is also able to coordinate fluidly with Apple’s different departments After Jobs’ death he broke down structural walls between design and software engineering segments Bloomberg Businessweek reported last month He’s outdoorsy Though Cook doesn’t often chatter about his hobbies (“Ive tried to maintain a basic level of privacy” he says) Cook enjoys hiking and cycling He included a shot of Yosemite National Park on his Twitter page and he’s reportedly an avid cycler as well as a self-admitted “fitness nut” a reason perhaps that Apple’s upcoming Apple Watch is being marketed towards the fitness-obsessed Enjoying the beauty of #Yosemite after hiking to Glacier Point Amazing view of Half Dome Perfect OSX name pictwittercom/TP38dRIAz8 Tim Cook (@tim_cook) June 25 2014 His sexuality hasn’t gotten in the way at Apple Being gay has never been a problem for Cook at Apple he said in his column for Businessweek “Plenty of colleagues at Apple know Im gay and it doesnt seem to make a difference in the way they treat me” said Cook “Of course Ive had the good fortune to work at a company that loves creativity and innovation and knows it can only flourish when you embrace peoples differences” He’s a listener Unlike his predecessor Cook’s managerial style is markedly collaborative When a group of investors visited Apple’s campus in 2012 Cook did what would have been unlikely for Jobs: he showed up listened to his CFO’s presentation and answered questions Cook has showed that for the first time in years not only Apple employees have the CEO’s ear but investors do too Contact us at [email protected] propaganda poster is one of the most iconic in the Peoples Republic of China Based on a painting by Liu Chunhua commissioned during the Cultural Revolution it marks the moment in 1922 when Mao Zedong and other young communists helped organize a historic strike among miners in Chinas coal country The poster called Chairman Mao Goes to Anyuan shows a youthful man striding forward with socialist purpose to save the downtrodden masses Even now the image symbolizes the Peoples Republics revolutionary zeal much like the image of George Washington crossing the Delaware evokes the struggle for American independence Today coal is still unearthed from the same hills of Jiangxi province The city of Pingxiang which includes the Anyuan district of Mao fame is home to eight state-run coal mines But only three are operational; the rest are victims of a global coal glut and a slackening Chinese economy Thousands of idled miners were offered little more than $70 a month in salary earlier this year on top of a series of wage cuts last year Inspired by the Great Strike of 1922 hundreds of miners rallied on Feb 29 and March 1 a dangerous action in a nation where mass movements can lead to mass arrests "We wanted to say that this money is not even enough for food" says one protester Zhong Yifeng "How can you survive on such little money" Even though participants said they only held up signs peacefully armed police were dispatched to break up the protest (On its website Pingxiang Mining Industry Group acknowledged that workers had gathered at its offices to "express their mass demands") Several protesters were injured in scuffles say participants But the miners are not cowed If compensation isnt increased significantly some Pingxiang miners are considering more drastic means "We may go petition in Beijing shouting We must eat to survive in Tiananmen Square" says Xiao Bin another miner who took part in the protests "Its dangerous but its just like Maos Anyuan strike when the workers carried out revolution" Strikes are illegal in todays China as are any independent unions outside the party structure Mass protests are also taboo For decades security forces employed by a ruling Communist Party obsessed with maintaining social stability made sure to break up any incipient labor movement But with Chinas economy slowing after years of double-digit growth the nations workers see little option apart from taking to the streets even at the risk of arrest Social unrest has spread nationwide In the nations south the cradle of Chinas export-led economy rarely a day goes by without workers at private factories engaging in civil action High-profile labor activists have been thrown in jail State-sector laborers who contribute around 40% of Chinas industrial output have also raised protest signs particularly in the nations northeastern rust belt In just one example last month thousands of state coal miners in a city on the Chinese-Russian border rallied in March after the provincial governor incorrectly announced in Beijing that they had been paid their back wages Overall 2774 strikes and protests erupted across the country last year more than double the figure for 2014 according to the China Labor Bulletin a Hong Kongbased watchdog Labor discontent is particularly acute in the state-run coal and steel industries In February state planners said China would shed 18 million jobs from these two sectors which are notoriously inefficient and indebted Reforms designed to tackle Chinas worrisome overcapacity arent a bad thing especially when President Xi Jinpings government has in general tightened the states hold on the economy rather than loosening it and promoting private enterprise But unlike the 1990s when 30 million Chinese lost their state-sector employment its not clear how Chinas slowing economy will absorb this new wave of laid-off workers Earlier this month Pingxiang Mining Industry Group finally gave miners $125 in back pay for the month of February Thats better than $70 but still less than half of what workers once earned The local public security bureau has posted signs warning those in the mining industry to "maintain social order" and "secure stability" in the mines On its own website Pingxiang Mining noted that in the weeks since the protest authorities "took many measures to maintain harmony and stability in the mines [including sending] capable people with arms to patrol around the key areas collecting information on instability and solving conflicts and disputes" (TIME was unable to get comment from Pingxiang Mining since no one answered their phones) Like hundreds of cities across interior China Pingxiang is undergoing a building boom that underscores the nations growing income gap On the outskirts of this coal town miners live in unheated cement-block shantytowns Coal miner Xiao 37 is the third generation of his family to work the mines His grandfather died in a mining accident his father of occupational lung disease He has a Chairman Mao Goes to Anyuan poster decorating his Spartan home where tap water runs black when it runs at all But elsewhere in Pingxiang local officials have constructed grandiose mostly empty museums that are being touted as integral to a red-tourism trail dedicated to Chinas communist history An outdoor movie studio built by a coal boss takes up prime real estate even if locals say it has never attracted a single film or TV crew Downtown new luxury residences have sprouted with glittering chandeliers and gilded fixtures In a poster affixed to one such residential tower a local real estate company uses an iconic image in an advertisement Its a famous portrait but its not of a certain Anyuan strike organizer Instead Uncle Sam that embodiment of American patriotism looms over a city made famous by Chairman Mao With reporting by Yang Siqi / Pingxiang Contact us at [email protected]
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