Originally Posted by Marin
They wanted cool and unique architecture. You're looking into this way too much.
Historically, however, when a company becomes preoccupied with the grandeur of its premises, it often signals a high point in its fortunes. These fantastical buildings may end up as little more than costly monuments to vanity and a loss of focus on the core business that made for success in the first place.
its upto something like $3 billion over budget.
Apple haven’t displayed anything truly radical since steve jobs passed. The products are still good but that initial run of smash hits has gone. Also too the penny is dropping with Google 'customers' that they might not be quite the fantasy land we’ve all been lead to believe as they crap on peoples rights and privacy.
Apple and google have been doing this for ages there getting cocky.
I lost interest in Apple as soon as they knelt down and unzipped for governments with their evil 'crowd control' lock down of phone features.Edited by Pip Boy - 11/17/13 at 9:07am