Google Bringing In $600 Million Into Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA (KFSM) — Google is investing more money into its data center in the state, bringing the total investment to more than $2.5 billion, according to Gov. Mary Fallin.

Those with Google announced the decision Friday (Feb. 16).

The company will invest an additional $600 million into the data center near Pryor, according to Fallin.

 

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