Intel's New Office
Intel (INTC) employees have long complained about their drab office surroundings, but it took Conan O'Brien to spur change. This spring the comedian had a good laugh on his late-night TV show when he broadcast footage of his tour through the depressing 1970s-era gray cubicles at Intel's Silicon Valley headquarters—complete with support columns numbered just like a parking garage (C14, F8, H10, etc.).
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