News Summary: Apple and stock market edge higher

News Summary: Stock-market indexes eke out gains; Apple climbs after big fall

Associated Press

MORE APPLE: Apple's stock rose more than 1 percent, a day after the tech giant took its worst fall in four years. In separate interviews, CEO Tim Cook said Apple will produce one of its Mac computers in the United States next year and will spend $100 million in 2013 to shift production of the line from China.

DIVIDEND RUSH: Sirius XM Radio joined the ranks of companies planning to reward investors with dividends this month in case taxes rise next year.

INDEXES: The S&P 500 index rose 4.66 points to 1,413.94, while the Nasdaq climbed 15.57 points to 2,989.27.

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