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favicon reuters.com —  14+ hour, 50+ min ago

Intel plans new chip manufacturing site in Ohio - report

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Intel plans $20 bln chip manufacturing site in Ohio - sources  Reuters...

favicon news.yahoo.com —  9+ hour, 13+ min ago

Intel to build massive $20 billion chip manufacturing plant in Ohio

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Intel will open a new manufacturing mega-site near Columbus, Ohio, costing at least $20 billion, Time magazine first reported on Thursday night.Why it matters: There's been a global chip shortage during the pandemic, which has impacted the manufacturing of products including vehicles and consumer electronics.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Bulking up chip manufacturing in the United States is a key geopolitical strategy due to tensions between the U.S.... ...

favicon forbes.com —  9+ hour, 30+ min ago

Intel Will Reportedly Invest $20 Billion On A New Chip Making Facility In Ohio

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Intel’s move is part of a larger effort to ramp up domestic production of computer chips amid a global supply shortage....

favicon msn.com —  9+ hour, 37+ min ago

Intel is spending $20 billion to build a massive chip-making facility in Ohio

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Intel has revealed its plans to build a massive semiconductor facility in Ohio to Time — one that company CEO Pat Gelsinger is expecting to become "the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet." The company is earmarking $20 billion to build the site on a 1,000-acre land in New Albany, located on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio. Intel's initial plans include building two semiconductor fabrication plants (or fabs) on the property that...... ...

favicon msn.com —  9+ hour, 38+ min ago

Intel is spending $20 billion to build a massive chip-making facility in Ohio

msn.com > en-us > money > other

Intel has revealed its plans to build a massive semiconductor facility in Ohio to Time — one that company CEO Pat Gelsinger is expecting to become "the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet." The company is earmarking $20 billion to build the site on a 1,000-acre land in New Albany, located on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio. Intel's initial plans include building two semiconductor fabrication plants (or fabs) on the property that...... ...

favicon richlandsource.com —  14+ hour, 18+ min ago

Columbiana takes a toll on Youngstown Valley Christian

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Columbiana put together a victorious gameplan to stop Youngstown Valley Christian 35-19 during this Ohio girls high school basketball game....

favicon nytimes.com —  3+ hour, 23+ min ago

Intel to Invest at Least $20 Billion in New Chip Factories in Ohio

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Intel to Invest at Least $20 Billion in New Chip Factories in Ohio  The New York Times...

favicon cnet.com —  10+ hour, 37+ min ago

Intel's $100B Ohio "megafab" will be world's largest chip plant, CEO expects

cnet.com > tech > computing

Two fabs now and up to six later will make the site near Columbus a centerpiece of an effort to restore US chipmaking prowess -- and Intel's business....

favicon cleveland.com —  12+ hour, 26+ min ago

Ohio school district under fire and brimstone after allowing "Satan Club" to use facilities

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Ohio school district under fire and brimstone after allowing ‘Satan Club’ to use facilities  cleveland.com...

favicon news.yahoo.com —  11+ hour, 13+ min ago

COVID-19 Surge Slows In Northeast Ohio + Strongsville Pets

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COVID-19 cases continue to surge statewide but there are promising signs that northeast Ohio's spike is slowing, health officials said Thursday morning. But we're not out of the woods just yet. ( ......



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