Friday, February 18, 2005

Google blazes trail to Oregon | CNET News.com

Google blazes trail to Oregon | CNET News.com: "Google has bought 30 acres of land from the Port Authority of The Dalles, Oregon, for a new technology infrastructure facility, the Web search giant said Thursday.
Mountain View, Calif.-based Google is expected to pay $1.87 million for the parcel of industrial-zoned land 85 miles east of Portland, with an option to buy three other area sites.
The new facility would be Google's second operations outpost in the Pacific Northwest. Last November, Google opened an office in Kirkland, Wash., just a few miles from the headquarters of Microsoft, which recently launched a rival search engine. "
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