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Google to invest $1 billion in Iowa

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Spreading   Total investment by Google in Iowa to be $2.5 billion

Google is set to make an additional $1 billion investment through 2019 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The latest investment brings the company's total investment in Iowa to $2.5 billion.


Goveronor Terry E. Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds applauded the latest investment.

“Google's latest billion dollar investment in Iowa is yet another indicator of Iowa's emerging leadership position in welcoming tech giants to the state,” said Branstad.

“Google has been an exemplary corporate citizen that continually looks to reinvest in the community where it does business. We're pleased that Google, like many other companies, is choosing Iowa to invest, grow and create high-quality careers.”

“This significant investment in Iowa from Google will continue to foster growth in STEM career fields,” said Reynolds.

“We're pleased not only with the investment Google has made in Iowa, but also with the commitment the company has made to using Iowa's abundant renewable energy, like wind, to power a sizable portion of their operations. Today's announcement of Google's investment is a win for Council Bluffs and the entire state of Iowa.”

Google currently employs more than 300 individuals in Iowa.


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