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Google Bets on Offices With $9.5 Billion U.S. Investment – Bloomberg

by Arifa Rana

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Google’s Council Bluffs data center in Iowa.
Source: Alphabet Inc.

Google said it will invest $9.5 billion in offices and data centers in the U.S. over 2022, putting money behind its bid to get more workers back in its buildings.
The Alphabet Inc.-owned company based in Mountain View, California will spend on campuses across the country, and is expecting to create 12,000 new jobs as part of the investment, Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai said in a statement Wednesday. 


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