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Apple Moves in to CMU


Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell joined Carnegie Mellon University and Allegheny County leaders today (July 25) to announce Apple Computer's tenancy in the university's Collaborative Innovation Center and to celebrate the governor's Keystone Innovation Zone (KIZ) program, a state-wide initiative that aims to spin off university research into new businesses and jobs in the Commonwealth.

I know of at least a few people affected by this move. And that's about all I can say about that.

One Response to "Apple Moves in to CMU"

  1. I think someone might have made that announcement already... that is if they can read between a few lines... but as to what its all about is still a little unclear.