December 6, 2012 headlines: Apple confirms investment in American manufacturing, and more...
New York Times: Apple confirms it will invest $100 million in American manufacturing of computers next year.
Shopfloor: American manufacturing added 4,000 jobs in October.
Washington Post: U.S. factory orders increased modestly in October.
New York Times: Walmart official blocked safety efforts at now burned-down Bangladesh garment factory.
Bloomberg: Law firm encourages U.S. and Chinese regulators to find compromise in effort to avoid Chinese firms from leaving U.S. markets.
Washington Post: Battery maker, which received millions in stimulus funds, to be auctioned off, possibly to Chinese company.
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