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The Ann Arbor News says “sources say” Google to move to McKinley Towne Centre:
Google is on the brink of announcing that it will move into the McKinley Towne Centre in downtown Ann Arbor as it continues to expand its local operations, sources say. Sources told The News that the refurbished Towne Centre, the former TCF Bank building at the corner of Washington and Division Streets, will be Google’s second home after it outgrows its current space on South Main Street. Sources also say there may be a third and final destination for the company, which announced this summer it was locating its AdWords division in the Ann Arbor area. Grady Burnett, head of online sales and operations for Google’s Ann Arbor office, said this morning that he could not confirm the company’s location plans. He said Google’s search for a location has been exhaustive and that the company would like to make an announcement as soon as possible, but it’s not at that point yet.
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How about an update on Mbooks and Google Book Search? Attend the lecture Thursday afternoon which will discuss MBooks and Google Book Search, led by Ben Bunnell, Library Partnerships Manager for Google Book Search, and Perry Willett, Librarian, University of Michigan Digital Library Production Services. Thursday, November 30 2:00pm West Hall Room 411, 1085 South University.
But wait, there is more! Don’t miss Grady Burnett (and Ben Bunnell) Thursday night at the Ann Arbor District Library with the talk: Google Comes to Ann Arbor: Grady Burnett Discusses The Company’s Plan For Growth. Thursday November 30, 2006: 7:00pm to 8:30pm Downtown Library Multi-Purpose Room.
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