Apple stock falls; will move some production to U.S.

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CUPERTINO, CA – Fears over the looming fiscal cliff may be taking a bite out of Apple.

Shares fell more than 6% on Wednesday. It was the worst one day dip in four years.

Investors blame the market and a legal battle with Samsung.

But even still, Apple is still healthy.

Adding to the company’s crisp reputation, they have announced a plan to start producing some Mac parts in the United States. Limited manufacturing will move from China to American soil, because costs overseas have been going up, and the company seems to want to plant some local seeds.

From a marketing perspective – that will be fruitful.

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