Apple's new campus faces construction delay
CUPERTINO, Calif. (KGO) -- Construction work of Apple's futuristic campus in Cupertino may be delayed for as many as two years.
The company revised its plans for the spaceship-like headquarters. Officials in Cupertino may not be able to complete an environmental study until June of next year. That means the campus may not be ready until 2016. You may remember the original plans were submitted to the city by Steve Jobs in June 2011, just four months before his death.
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