Apple Employees at Retail Store Vote to Unionize
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Apple employees at a retail store outside of Baltimore voted to unionize on Saturday.

The move creates the first union of Apple retail employees in the U.S. The store employs more than 100 people who were eligible to vote, according to the National Labor Relations Board, the federal agency that is overseeing the election.

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