Apple's (AAPL) obsession with secrecy often keeps knowledge about its operations to a minimum...


Apple's (AAPL) obsession with secrecy often keeps knowledge about its operations to a minimum even at company HQ, notes Adam Lashinsky in his upcoming book. Moreover, fear of getting fired keeps those in the know from disclosing even minor details. Lashinsky depicts an intense, secretive culture he calls "the polar opposite" of Google's (GOOG) more relaxed, collaborative environment. (previously)

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