Tim Cook speaks to Bloomberg Businessweek about Apple, his personal life, and his first year as CEO

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Tim Cook is not fond of press interviews. In fact, he rarely speaks to the media outside of Apple’s pre-planned launch events. But he recently sat down with Bloomberg Businessweek to talk about a number of topics, including his first year as CEO of Apple, his personal life, and his future plans for the company.

The most interesting thing that Cook divulged in his interview is that Apple plans to bring production of some of its computers back to the US next year. “We’ve been working on this for a long time, and we were getting closer to it,” noted Cook. “It will happen in 2013.” Apple originally produced all of its computers when it first started in the late 1970s, but it moved production overseas — mostly to China — in the 1990s.

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