US: Cornell University ends Adidas deal amid factory row
By Leonie Barrie | 17 September 2012
Cornell University is to end its eight-year contract with sporting goods giant Adidas over what it describes as a "gap" in the approach to worker rights following the non-payment of severance to workers at a former Indonesian supplier factory.
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