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Tim Cook announced at Apple’s annual shareholder meeting today that the company plans to move into its new headquarters by 2016. “We plan to bulldoze all the buildings on the new site, build one 2.8 million sq. foot building that will be the most collaborative work environment; I project that we will move in, in 2016,” CNBC quoted Cook as saying at the meeting.
Steve Jobs unveiled the plans for the new spaceship-like campus to Cupertino’s city council in 2011 shortly before he died.
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