Apple’s massive, glitzy new headquarters

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A few weeks ago, the doors of Steve Jobs' dream corporate headquarters opened for a number of Apple employees. Some say the massive complex looks like a giant spaceship landed in Silicon Valley. Backchannel editor-in-chief Steven Levy joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his exclusive tour of the tech company's glitzy impressive new campus for Wired magazine.

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36 COMMENTS

  1. We have plenty of people that like to go for a walk or run during their lunch time. Imagine being able to go for a run in the park that’s right outside your door.

  2. Time to bust-up Apple? It used to be standard practice for the U.S. to bust-up large corporations to generate competition and stop monopolies.

  3. They make phones for 150$ sell them for 800$, doesn’t surprise me that they have build such a huge and expensive building!

  4. I wonder if they got a discount, now that the British have prototyped circular headquarters with GCHQ. πŸ˜›

  5. a 3 dimensional office building would actually be more efficient. surprised jobs came up with such a simplistic plan……

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