December 15th, 2011
10:04 PM ET

Eric Schmidt takes OutFront on tour of Google's New York offices

For the first time, news cameras have gotten a look inside the wild world of Google's New York City offices–custom crafted workspaces designed to be distinctly New York (right down to subway grates in the floor along one stretch of hallway). Google–known for its creative and employee-friendly working environments–ensures that no New York worker has to walk more than 150 feet to find hot and cold food to feed the brain.

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