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Apple actually has an internal project codenamed 'pie' (AAPL)

Next year, Apple will move its executives and at least 13,000 employees into a new campus in Cupertino, California that's been called a "spaceship" and the "death star." Now we know at least one thing that Apple will use its old headquarters at 1 Infinite Loop for: consolidating its teams that work on cloud and online services. Apple plans to unify its cloud computing employees, including Siri, Maps, iCloud, and other services, at its old headquarters at 1 Infinite Loop, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports.
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