Why Are America’s Most Innovative Companies Still Stuck in 1950s Suburbia?

By Hunter Oatman-Stanford When Apple finishes its new $5 billion headquarters in Cupertino, California, the technorati will ooh and ahh over its otherworldly architecture, patting themselves on the back for yet another example of “innovation.” Countless employees, tech bloggers, and design fanatics are already lauding the “futuristic” building and its many “groundbreaking” features. But few … Continue reading Why Are America’s Most Innovative Companies Still Stuck in 1950s Suburbia?