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Apple Scraps Office-Return Deadline Without Setting New Date

  • Company had planned to bring corporate workers back by Feb. 1
  • Delay comes in response to rising Covid-19 cases, new variant
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Apple Inc., facing a resurgence in Covid-19 cases and a fast-spreading new variant, is delaying its corporate return-to-office deadline from Feb. 1 to a “date yet to be determined.” 

Employees were informed of the move via a memo sent by Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook on Wednesday. An Apple spokesman confirmed the decision to Bloomberg News.