Cupertino

Apple Leases Additional Office Space In Santa Clara, Near Apple Park

Apple continues to expand its San Francisco Bay Area footprint to accommodate a growing workforce and new projects, with the latest leases involving multiple industrial buildings near the soon-to-open Apple Park. According to a new report from the San Jose Mercury News, the two buildings are relatively small, totaling 77,000 square feet of space. However, this...

Wired Reporter Gets Exclusive Inside Scoop on Apple Park

Apple is one of the biggest companies in the world, so it's no surprise that it is fast outgrowing its current headquarters. As a result, Apple has spent years building a complement to its campus at One Infinite Loop in Cupertino, California. Apple employees will begin moving into their new campus in Cupertino, California in the...

Apple Reportedly Ends Genius Training in Cupertino, Transitions to Web Seminars

According to a new report from MacRumors, Apple will be replacing its Cupertino campus training sessions for new Apple retail store ‘Geniuses’ with in-store, self-guided training. Web-based seminars will be replacing hands-on, guided training. This suggests that new employees may have far less real work and training experience than their predecessors. Traditionally, Apple has invited […]

Cupertino Mayor Corrects “Misunderstood” Guardian Story on Apple Taxes

Yesterday, The Guardian published a story claiming Cupertino Mayor Barry Chang wanted Apple to pay more taxes in the city, and included strongly-worded quotes such as the following: “In the meantime Apple is not willing to pay a dime. They’re making profit, and they should share the responsibility for our city, but they won’t. They...

Cupertino Mayor Wants Apple to Pay More Taxes

Apple is so big in Cupertino, California, that city council members don't want to offend them, says city Mayor Barry Chang. The mayor is pushing Apple to pay more to the town, but has had little success, as a recent proposal didn't win the support of city council members. Chang proposed that Apple should give...

Aerial View Shows Construction Underway at Apple Campus 2 Site [PHOTO]

Shared by French website MacGeneration, an Apple Campus 2 site view from the sky shows the construction is well underway. The project was approved by the Cupertino City Council in October last year, following which Apple began the demolition process. The photograph was uploaded on Instagram by Ron Cervi, a news and traffic reporter for KCBS. The...