The City of Cupertino on Monday published the complete video of a planning commission session that took place in early October, including a rarely seen clip Apple used to introduce the Campus 2 project.
Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, Apple's chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer said his company "can't wait" to get started on the massive Campus 2 undertaking, which was granted final approval by the Cupertino City Council earlier this week.
Apple is clearing a landing path for its new "spaceship" Campus 2 in Cupertino, Calif. The first work has begun, involving a salvage and destroy operation targeting sprawling structures on the former Hewlett Packard Pruneridge Campus.
Apple's new Campus 2 headquarters was put under the microscope on Wednesday as the City of Cupertino held a meeting to explain how it was evaluating the site's environmental impact, and asked the public for comments and concerns regarding the massive undertaking.
The city of Cupertino California has released a new Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Apple Campus 2 project, outlining impacts related to traffic, noise and air quality and how the company plans to mitigate such issues.
Apple on Tuesday published a new report detailing the estimated economic impact its new "Campus 2" headquarters would have on the City of Cupertino and surrounding areas, including the creation of thousands of jobs, as well as a windfall of tax revenue for local governments.
Portraying Apple's new corporate campus as an "investor relations nightmare," a new report reveals that the project's budget has increased by $2 billion, causing it to become a year behind schedule as the architect looks to cut costs.
The day after giving a keynote at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple CEO Steve Jobs presented the company's plans for a second campus in Cupertino, Calif., which would feature a round building that would hold 12,000 Apple employees, to the city council.