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 manufacturing powerhouse with an annual economic impact of nearly $10 billion.
Today, Intel employs more than 12,000 people in Arizona and drives a vibrant community of supporting services and suppliers with a magnitude on the order of a small city.

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