Apple Stores Won't Be Open on Thanksgiving After All

Apple's CEO Tim Cook thinks store employees should be able to enjoy Thanksgiving off without having to work on the holiday. That's the word according to recent reports that contradict the company's original plans to open 10 additional stores on Thanksgiving Day. The company confirmed that only three locations— the 24-hour flagship store in New York City, the Royal Hawaiian store in Honolulu, and the store at the Forum Shops in Las Vegas— will be open on Thanksgiving, as in years past, to cater to tourists in those areas. Story

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