MD Apple store workers vote for union…
Apple Store workers in Maryland on Saturday became the first group of U.S. employees in the retail giant's 46-year history to win the right to union representation.

The union victory, with 65 in favor of a union and 33 opposing one, comes as workers across tech and retail sectors ramp up petitions for labor representation. The victories threaten decades-old business models that have allowed many large corporations in the U.S. to operate without concerns over collective bargaining.

Ballots from Apple's (AAPL) Towson Town Center tallied on Saturday evening at the end of a four-day vote resulted in votes overwhelmingly in favor of joining the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, according to a union representative.

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