Tag: Securities and Exchange Commission

Data Center: SEC scraps plans for new data center

Posted 12.07.2010 | Categories: Data Centers | No Comments

The Securities and Exchange Commission has called off plans to a lease a new data center, according to agency contracting officials. The move, as the end of its current contract nears, marks the second time the regulatory agency has abandoned efforts to find a home for one of two primary data centers it maintains.

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Healthcare: Dendreon putting $70M plant in Atlanta

Posted 09.01.2009 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Seattle-based biotechnology company Dendreon Corp. confirmed Monday it will build a $70 million manufacturing plant in Union City, Ga. As first reported by Atlanta Business Chronicle in its July 17 print edition, the plant will create around 300 jobs and will make Provenge — a treatment that helps deal with prostate cancer that does not […]

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