Audience Inc. Contracts

Audience Inc. recently issued a press release that “it is unlikely that OEM (Apple Inc.) will enable Audience’s processor IP in its next generation mobile phone.”

Audience Inc. contracts have been added to the site, including the Master Development and Supply Agreement, as well as the Statement of Work, between Apple Inc. and Audience Inc.


AuthenTec Contracts

AuthenTec Inc. contracts have been added to the site. You can find the Agreement and Plan of Merger, Development Agreement and Intellectual Property and Technology Agreement with Apple Inc.


Marissa Mayer Employment Agreement with Yahoo! Inc.

Under the Offer Letter from Yahoo! Inc. to Marissa Mayer, Ms. Mayer will be receiving an annual base salary of $1,000,000, which was the same rate for Scott Thompson and Carol Bartz.

See: Yahoo! Inc. contracts


Randy Travis Personal Management Agreement

From Elizabeth Travis Management, Inc. v. Randy Travis, you can find a personal management agreement that is at the center of their lawsuit. The agreement starts at page 13 of 25 from Attachment 1 to the Notice of Removal.



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Facebook Contracts

You can read the Employment Agreement between Facebook Inc. and Mark Zuckerberg, as well as other Facebook contracts on our site. Other documents include the Employment Agreement with Sheryl Sandberg and the Developer Agreement between Facebook and Zynga.


Foxconn Clause

While looking at some Plantronics Inc. contracts, I spotted this interesting Development and Manufacturing Agreement between Plantronics B.V. and GoerTek, Inc. which contained a Foxconn Clause. Basically, Plantronics conditionally agreed to not use Foxlink/Foxconn as a supplier of Bluetooth or corded headsets.


Entropic Communications Contracts

Some Entropic Communications contracts from their recent securities filings.


Seafarer’s Agreement

Just spotted a Seafarer’s Agreement between Carnival Cruise Lines and a Galley Steward from April, 2008.

Seafarer shall be paid the wage of $14.8352 USD for each day of work, including overtime. This daily rate translates to a monthly wage of $450.0000 USD.



Apple’s China Problem

The New York Times has been going after Apple lately. Read How the U.S. Lost Out on iPhone Work and In China, Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad for a critical report on Apple’s manufacturing partners in China.

Even without nagging from the Times, Apple recognizes the issues at hand according to a recent Form 10-Q:

The Company depends on component and product manufacturing and logistical services provided by outsourcing partners, many of whom are located outside of the U.S.

Substantially all of the Company’s manufacturing is performed in whole or in part by a few outsourcing partners primarily located in Asia. The Company has also outsourced much of its transportation and logistics management. While these arrangements may lower operating costs, they also reduce the Company’s direct control over production and distribution. It is uncertain what effect such diminished control will have on the quality or quantity of products or services, or the Company’s flexibility to respond to changing conditions. Although arrangements with these partners may contain provisions for warranty expense reimbursement, the Company may remain responsible to the consumer for warranty service in the event of product defects. The Company also relies on its partners to adhere to the Company’s supplier code of conduct. Any unanticipated product defect or warranty liability, whether pursuant to arrangements with outsourcing partners or otherwise, or material violations of the supplier code of conduct, could materially adversely affect the Company’s reputation, financial condition and operating results.

The supply and manufacture of many critical components is performed by sole-sourced outsourcing partners in the U.S., Asia and Europe. Single-sourced outsourcing partners in Asia perform final assembly of substantially all of the Company’s hardware products. If manufacturing or logistics in these locations is disrupted for any reason including, but not limited to, natural and man-made disasters, information technology system failures, military actions or economic, business, labor, environmental, public health, or political issues, the Company’s financial condition and operating results could be materially adversely affected.