Apple store workers near Baltimore voted for a union Saturday,
becoming the first organized store in the US in a landmark
decision that could change the face of the tech giant’s retail
As of 8:30 p.m., 65 workers who voted at the Towson, Md., store
had sided with the union, outnumbering anti-union votes 2 to 1.
The bargaining unit includes about 100 workers and is affiliated
with the International Association of Machinists.
The decision could spark a wider unionization movement among Apple
store workers, similar to the first Starbucks union vote last year
that has since prompted nearly 300 other stores to file for