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Apple launched and then silently deleted a recruitment scheme called 'The Orchard' (AAPL)

Apple quietly deleted a page on its website that was designed to find marketing employees for the company, Mac Rumors reports. The Orchard appeared on Apple's website on October 5 and seemed like a scheme designed to bring in entry-level marketing graduates to work for Apple. Here's what the page said: "The moment is now. Throw everything you know out the window. All in.
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