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Apple has decided to bring back home some of its manufacturing, starting in 2013. CEO Tim Cook announced, in an interview with NBc’s Brian Williams, that starting with 2013, Apple will bring some of the manufacturing to the US.
“Next year, we will do one of our existing Mac lines in the United States.”
While he did not specify which product Apple decide to manufacture at home, the news is nonetheless worthy of praise. Apple doesn’t have a history of not following up on its promises, at least not under its founder, Steve Jobs, who recently passed away. This isn’t only a bold move from a marketing standpoint, but it is definitely a welcomed initiative and a sorely missed contribution to the US economy by any big company manufacturing goods in the cheap labor markets of Asia. We look forward to seeing others follow suit.
Authorize.net, our long-time partner in online transaction processing, is waiving the $99.00 set up fee when you sign up for an Authorize.net account until the end of the year.
You can only do this through an Authorize.net reseller. eBiz Miami, Inc. is one of them. The customers will still see the $99 setup fee when they activate their account, this will be waived and will not be charged on them the following month.
If you are a merchant who will like to increase sales by offering online transactions to your clients, you can sign up for Auhorize.net HERE
To better understand how the online credit card processing works, and what the role of Authorize.net is in it, study the diagram below: