4 Wild Company Headquarters

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Wildest Company Headquarters

When we think about a company's headquarters, we often expect to see a tall building with the company's logo. We also expect the work areas to look like typical office space with cubicles a la "Dilbert." However, some companies have chosen to take a different approach to their office designs, and many that were created based on a unique idea or have a unique way of doing business take a similar approach to their headquarters. This article will highlight some of the company headquarters that are particularly interesting.
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