"Amazon helped stock "The Real World: Seattle" house, which was located on this pier. Employees put sex books near the computer, which defaulted to the Amazon website, scoring the company a few cameos."
· Seattle, United States
"Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos owns three linked units in this jewel overlooking Central Park (and a Barnes & Noble). He bought it for $7.6 million, roughly 0.9% of what Amazon paid for Zappos in 2009."
· New York, United States
"This dome hosted thousands of American Idol hopefuls in 2004--including a then-21-year-old Carrie Underwood, who would go on to win the show's fourth season, and sell at least 11 million albums."
· St Louis, United States
"Apple engineer Gray Powell lost an iPhone 4 prototype here, which was eventually dissected on the blog Gizmodo a full two months before its official June 2010 release date."
· Redwood City, United States
"Engineers from ARM (a 2011 Most Innovative Company), who tweak the microchips used in iPads, come to this Austin chain for a different kind of chip--preferably topped with Roberto’s Brazo-Fuerte dip."
· Austin, United States
"ARM's microprocessors are in almost all the world’s smartphones, so its employees have a lot to accomplish every day. But after work, they relax at this local pub, which is more than 300 years old."
· Cambridge, United Kingdom