February 26, 2007
Construction begins quickly on site covering more than 200 acres where search engine giant plans to build data hosting facility.
Updated February 20, 2007
Results 1-10 of about 260,000,000
February 14, 2007
‘Where's all of the good talk of the millions and millions of dollars in payroll? Our people need to hear the good news,’ mayor tells Lenoir newspaper. Other officials cite an expected boon in construction jobs as well as property taxes even when discounted.
February 12, 2007
Latest release of documents from Department of Commerce show how value of bid to land data center kept increasing. More documents to come. Local official, meanwhile, denies Google played ‘bully’ in negotiations.
February 4, 2007
For entrepreneurs, picking between creating a technology or a company is often most strategic decision they will make.
Updated January 19, 2007
A site in Lenoir is expected to produce a $37 million increase in state revenues over 12 years.
Updated January 18, 2007
Steve Nelson of Wakefield Group is sold on potential of Chapel Hill-based startup. Guiding it are veteran entrepreneurs Reid Conrad and Lee Buck, who founded XML firm Extensibility.
Updated January 8, 2007
Robert Sanders, a former chief architect at Atlanta-based Earthlink, also worked at Mindspring and Cbeyond. Two other execs also hired.
Updated January 5, 2007
Skia, a software company, became part of Google late last year. As for what developers are working on, mum is the word.