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Apple regains ground after CEO interview

A shopper in Seoul was pleased with his iPad mini.

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A shopper in Seoul was pleased with his iPad mini.

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Apple Inc. stock rose a day after taking its worst fall in four years. Chief executive Tim Cook said Apple will move production of one of its existing lines of Mac computers from China to the US next year. The computer maker also reached a deal with T-Mobile parent Deutsche Telekom that could allow the nation’s fourth-biggest wireless carrier to start selling Apple products such as the wildly popular ­iPhone at its stores as soon as next year.

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