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Keyvan Esfarjani, Guest Columnist | The Columbus Dispatch More than 40 years ago, Intel broke ground on a new factory in a small agricultural town just outside of Phoenix, Ariz. What began life as an empty patch of desert farmland has since become a…Continue Reading.

Licking County, Ohio — January 21, 2022 — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted joined JobsOhio, One Columbus, and several local, state, and federal leaders to announce that leading global semiconductor manufacturer Intel Corporation has chosen a…Continue Reading.

On January 21, Intel announced that it has selected the Licking County portion of the New Albany International Business Park as the location for a $20 billion+ chip manufacturing project. The company plans to build two state-of-the-art factories by 2025….Continue Reading.

By Meghan Bobrowsky Updated Jan. 21, 2022  Intel Corp. INTC 0.15% said it plans to invest at least $20 billion in new chip-making capacity in Ohio, bolstering the company’s semiconductor-production ambitions as greater demand for digital products and a global chip shortage have amplified the need for…Continue Reading.

COLUMBUS—Ohio’s six major business organizations today joined to issue a statement on Intel’s announcement to build a semi-conductor production facility in central Ohio. The Ohio Business Roundtable, Ohio Chamber of Commerce, NFIB Ohio, Ohio Manufacturers’ Association, Ohio Farm Bureau and…Continue Reading.

Accolades poured in from across the state on Friday after it was confirmed that Jersey Township in Licking County will be home to a $20 billion Intel investment. Sen. Rob Portman called the announcement a “great match” between Intel and Ohio….Continue Reading.

Aubrey Wright and Mark Williams | The Columbus Dispatch NEWARK — The celebration of Ohio’s biggest economic development project in history stretched from Washington, D.C., to Newark on Friday. Local, state and federal leaders from President Joe Biden to Gov….Continue Reading.

Mark Williams | The Columbus Dispatch Gov. Mike DeWine was enjoying the kind of chaotic Christmas morning at the Governor’s Residence that most parents and grandparents experience. It was 10 a.m. and his children and grandchildren, many of whom had…Continue Reading.

Mark Williams | The Columbus Dispatch Intel’s promise to invest $20 billion to build two semiconductor plants in Licking County could be just the start for what the Silicon Valley giant has in mind for Greater Columbus, the company’s CEO…Continue Reading.

Mark Williams and Monroe Trembly | The Columbus Dispatch Intel has picked Greater Columbus for a new factory that figures to spark a new industry for the state. The Silicon Valley semiconductor maker plans to invest $20 billion in a…Continue Reading.