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Google commits $1 billion to ease housing crisis in the Bay Area

CBS News Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Google commits $1 billion to ease housing crisis in the Bay AreaCEO Sundar Pichai said the internet company will pave the way for 20,000 new homes in the region over the next decade
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News video: Google Pledges $1 Billion To Address Bay Area Housing Crunch

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced Tuesday that the tech giant would invest $1 billion over the next several years to help build housing in the Bay Area. Emily Turner reports. (6/18/19)

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