Resource pages for "Google"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
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Google will purchase the St. John’s Terminal in Manhattan, which will serve as the anchor of its new Hudson Square campus.
Henderson—Nevada’s second-largest city—has the highest per capita income of any city in Nevada, 19 percent higher than the U.S. average.
Google Canada intends to acquire more than 154 acres of land in Beauharnois, Québec, southwest of Montréal, where it will build a data center that will employ at least 20 people.
Missouri's PPE Marketplace matches companies that manufacture and sell personal protective equipment (PPE) with companies that need to purchase it.
Google.org Impact Challenge will award $1M to Nevada nonprofits with bold ideas to create economic opportunity
The tech giant is increasing its presence in the Lone Star State with a new data center in Midlothian and two new office buildings in Austin.
The Mayes County, OK data center is part of a $2.5B investment Google is making in data centers in Alabama, Oregon, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Major mergers and acquisitions, new economic and regulatory policies, and strategic cloud adoption are impacting site selection decisions in the data center sector.
If you think the debate over electronic surveillance has been settled, think again.
The Crimson Tide is rolling, big time, and now it’s brought in our top honor: Alabama is BF’s 2015 State of the Year.
Apple and Google vow to defend our privacy even if it kills us.
Google will invest $600 million in the the former Hemlock Semiconductor site in Clarksville, TN which it will transform into its eighth U.S. data center, creating 70 new jobs.
Google will build a $600 million data center in Alabama’s Jackson County, creating up to 100 jobs at a facility powered by renewable energy.
Sidewalk Labs will focus on improving city life for residents, businesses, and governments.
When operational by the end of 2015, the plant will be Utah's largest solar energy generation facility.
The Sooner State is diversifying into a variety of hot growth sectors, including a rapidly expanding hub of data centers.
Business is booming in Oklahoma, and the state's secretary of commerce explains how and why things are only going to get better.
The $320-million digital lab is one of four innovation hubs in the Obama administration’s program to spur advanced manufacturing.
As the keystone state supports the industries of today, Pennsylvania also is well-positioned for tomorrow.
As the industry advances cloud computing and greener operations, leading data centers are no longer sprawling cells of overheating computers and complex cables. From the March/April 2013 issue.
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