Adam Lashinski's new book lifts the lid on what it's really like to work for one of the world's most secretive organisations. He talks to to Amy Willis.
. . . According to Inside Apple, Apple is a glut of windowless offices, a neutering of egos and an ethos of fear with “cultish” overtones.
“Apple doesn’t talk about Apple. Apple talks about Apple products,” Adam Lashinsky, author of the book and editor of Fortune Magazine, told The Daily Telegraph.
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