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Apple says it will bring 1,200 employees to its San Diego offices over three years, with as many as 200 coming in 2019, and will add new labs and office space (Lauren Feiner/CNBC)

[2019-03-06 20:55:18]

Lauren Feiner / CNBC: Apple says it will bring 1,200 employees to its San Diego offices over three years, with as many as 200 coming in 2019, and will add new labs and office space  —  - Apple announced it will bring 1,200 employees to San Diego over three years as it reportedly tries to bring its modem engineering in-house.

Apple says it will bring 1,200 employees to its San Diego offices over three years, with as many as 200 coming in 2019, and will add new labs and office space (Lauren Feiner/CNBC)


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