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Foxconn Planning U.S. Expansion Alongside Apple's Push for Domestic Mac Production

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Just as Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed that Apple will be bringing some Mac production back to the United States next year, Bloomberg reports that Apple's manufacturing partner Foxconn is seeking to expand into the country."We are looking at doing more manufacturing in the U.S. because, in general, customers...
Foxconn Planning U.S. Expansion Alongside Apple's Push for Domestic Mac Production

Tim Cook talks Forstall, Jony Ive's new design role, Samsung, and more

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Ahead of tonight’s airing of the Tim Cook NBC interview at 10PM EST, Bloomberg Businessweek this morning published what it called his “most wide-ranging interview as CEO.” We learned a little bit of what to expect from Cook’s NBC interview earlier: Mac production coming stateside in 2013, and an intense...
Tim Cook talks Forstall, Jony Ive's new design role, Samsung, and more

Apple will invest $100 million to bring Mac production back to the US next year, says Tim Cook

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Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that the company will invest $100 million to bring production of its Mac computers back to the US, by way of partnerships with local suppliers, he revealed in an interview with Businessweek. When pressed about Apple’s commitment to manufacturing its products locally, Cook said:...
Apple will invest $100 million to bring Mac production back to the US next year, says Tim Cook
Tim Cook hints that an Apple television will change the living room

US Mac production likely to still rely on Foxconn, not American companies

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Though Apple will be bringing production of one full Mac lineup to the U.S. next year, it's likely that the primary supplier will be Taiwanese company Foxconn, which is planning an expansion to America....
US Mac production likely to still rely on Foxconn, not American companies
Apple CEO Tim Cook talks Forstall, privacy, and making Macs in the USA

Google Glass reportedly to be manufactured in Silicon Valley by Foxconn workers

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Google is reportedly making plans to manufacture its Project Glass eyewear device in Silicon Valley — at least that’s what sources tell the Financial Times. What’s more, the company is said to be working with Hon Hai Precision Industry, also known as Foxconn. If this move holds true, Google would...
Google Glass reportedly to be manufactured in Silicon Valley by Foxconn workers

Tim Cook confirms U.S. Mac production to ramp up in 2013

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The Apple chief executive says that his company is investing $100 million into the production. [Read more]...
Tim Cook confirms U.S. Mac production to ramp up in 2013
Tim Cook confirms: Apple spending $100 million to build new Macs in Texas

Rumor Mill Adds Mac Mini to Apple's "Made in USA" Plans

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When Apple CEO Tim Cook said earlier this month that the company was planning to invest $100 million to bring some Mac production back to the United States, some speculated that he was referring to the iMac or Mac Pro lines. And while that may still prove to be the...
Rumor Mill Adds Mac Mini to Apple's "Made in USA" Plans
Mac mini said to be first US-built computer in Apple's domestic production push

Apple's Initial Investment in U.S. Mac Production Estimated to Create 200 Jobs

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Bloomberg reports that Apple's $100 million plan to bring some Mac production back to the United States is likely to be a very modest operation at the outset, with some economists and industry experts projecting that the effort will create approximately 200 jobs.The investment "sounds like a 200-job operation with...
Apple's Initial Investment in U.S. Mac Production Estimated to Create 200 Jobs

Apple Bringing Some Mac Production Back to U.S. in 2013

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NBC reports that Apple CEO Tim Cook will announce during an interview airing on Rock Center tonight that the company is bringing some Mac production back to the United States.In an exclusive interview with Brian Williams airing tonight at 10pm/9c on NBC's "Rock Center," Apple CEO Tim Cook announced one...
Apple Bringing Some Mac Production Back to U.S. in 2013
90 Seconds on The Verge: Apple CEO Tim Cook, T-Mobile, and Star Trek Into Darkness

Apple's Made-in-USA Mac Will Be Built in Texas

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Walt Mossberg: Will there be an Apple product ever made again in the United States? Tim Cook: I want there to be. Walt: You what? Tim: I want there to be. Walt: You want there to be. – Apple CEO Tim Cook and Walt Mossberg at D10, May 2012...
Apple's Made-in-USA Mac Will Be Built in Texas

Apple to invest $100M next year in U.S. Mac production

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Apple will manufacture one of its Mac lines exclusively in the U.S. by the end of 2013, CEO Tim Cook told NBC and BusinessWeek in interviews made public today....
Apple to invest $100M next year in U.S. Mac production

T-Mobile to sell iPhone in 2013

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Consumers will have another choice of iPhone carrier next year, Apple is moving some Mac production to the U.S., and Zynga wants to try its hand at real-money gambling. [Read more]...
T-Mobile to sell iPhone in 2013

Apple CEO Sees Mac Production in U.S.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company plans to produce one of its existing lines of Mac computers in the U.S. next year....
Apple CEO Sees Mac Production in U.S.

Speculation Targets Mac Pro as First "Made in USA" Mac Product

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During his interview with Brian Williams, Tim Cook revealed that Apple is planning on bringing some of its Mac production back to the United States. Cook did not reveal which of the Mac lines would be part of the $100 million investment, but speculation has named the Mac Pro as the likely...
Speculation Targets Mac Pro as First "Made in USA" Mac Product

Here's How Many Jobs Apple Will Bring To The U.S. To Make Macs (AAPL)

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Apple got a shout out during last night's State of the Union for bringing manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. At the end of last year, CEO Tim Cook said Apple plans to invest $100 million in domestic manufacturing to produce some Macs here. In case you're wondering what it...
Here's How Many Jobs Apple Will Bring To The U.S. To Make Macs (AAPL)
Tim Cook to sit next to Michelle Obama at the State of the Union, Apple likely to get mentioned

Apple investing $100 million to bring back some Mac production to the US in 2013

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“Next year we are going to bring some production to the U.S. on the Mac. We’ve been working on this for a long time, and we were getting closer to it. It will happen in 2013. We’re really proud of it. We could have quickly maybe done just assembly, but...
Apple investing $100 million to bring back some Mac production to the US in 2013
Apple to spend 'over $100M' to bring some U.S. Mac production back in 2013
Tim Cook confirms Apple is shifting some Mac production to U.S.

Tim Cook confirms Mac production coming to the US in 2013

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It's not just going to be "some" iMacs that bear the legend "assembled in the USA," but potentially a whole line of Apple's computers from next year. In a TV interview with Brian Williams which will air on NBC tonight, Tim Cook is tipped to confirm that production of...
Tim Cook confirms Mac production coming to the US in 2013
Apple lists Quanta Computer in Fremont California as Final Assembler for Macs

QuickPoll: Why is Apple planning to bring some Mac production to the U.S.?

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Apple will manufacture one of its Mac lines exclusively in the U.S. by the end of 2013. Why is Apple making this move?...
QuickPoll: Why is Apple planning to bring some Mac production to the U.S.?

Apple to shift some Mac production to US

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Cook says Apple will build some lines in US and not China and admits it 'screwed up' when it dumped Google's maps for its ownTim Cook, the chief executive of Apple, has promised to shift production of one of its Mac lines to the United States from China by next...
Apple to shift some Mac production to US

Cook hints at Apple HDTV, talks $100M for US Mac production

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In a new interview, airing tonight at 10 Eastern, Apple CEO Tim Cook has strongly hinted at the prospect of an Apple-branded TV set. During the piece, NBC's Brian Williams asks Cook what's next for Apple. "When I go into my living room and turn on the TV, I feel...
Cook hints at Apple HDTV, talks $100M for US Mac production

Has Apple gone soft? Tim Cook, say it ain't so

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Bloomberg Businessweek suggests that with recent corporate expressions such as moving some Mac production to the U.S., Apple is showing its "softer side." Oh, really? [Read more]...
Has Apple gone soft? Tim Cook, say it ain't so
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