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Short Take: Apple to take outsourcing charge

Apple Computer expects to take about a $9 million charge in the fiscal second quarter as it shifts final assembly of some of it products to original equipment manufacturers. The company is restructuring some of its operations in order to improve its flexibility and efficiency in the manufacturing process, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Apple Computer expects to take about a $9 million charge in the fiscal second quarter as it shifts final assembly of some of it products to original equipment manufacturers. The company is restructuring some of its operations in order to improve its flexibility and efficiency in the manufacturing process, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.