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    Apple continues to bolster its influence on the Silicon Valley city of Cupertino as the tech giant recently completed a leasing deal for an under-development office campus located in the vicinity of its ambitious Apple Campus 2 project. The company has a large workforce in the area and occupies a vast amount of real estate in Silicon Valley, with both continuing to grow. Apple is now set to anchor the Main Street Cupertino mixed-use development project, a venture that aims to create a new downtown for the city.

    San Francisco 22 March 2015 19:42

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