It has been a big year for Tim Cook.
Approximately one year ago he took the reigns of what some consider the most valuable company in the world: Apple. He had enormous shoes to fill as he succeeded Steve Jobs.
This morning, Bloomberg's Businessweek.com published an interview with Cook. In that interview he told the reporter that he intends to bring some of the production of the MAC back to US soil.
" . . . And 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." he told Bloomberg's Josh Tyrangiel.
This is great news for the economy as Cook says the company plans to invest nearly $100 million into this homecoming.
To read more about Cook's plans, click here to be redirected to businessweek.com
The rest of the holiday weekend continues to look warmer and unsettled. Shower and thunderstorm chances increase late Sunday and Labor Day.
The heat and humidity will continue to expand Sunday into Labor Day. There is a risk of scattered showers and thunderstorms both day. Best chance will be in the afternoon and evening.
Sunday (88/69): Clouds/Storm
Monday (90/71): Clouds/Storm
Tuesday (92/72): Clouds/Storm
Police release surveillance video of a man being shot and robbed of $70,000 in the parking lot of a supermarket in Northeast Philadelphia.
Authorities say a teenager drowned while reportedly trying to retrieve a soccer ball from a recreational reservoir in southeastern Pennsylvania.
A woman has died after being hit by three cars in Philadelphia's Logan section. Police say two of the vehicles drove off, and they're still searching for one of them.