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Google Pledges $1B To Housing Crisis That Critics Say It Helped Create

Newsy Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Google Pledges $1B To Housing Crisis That Critics Say It Helped CreateWatch VideoGoogle wants to help ease the San Francisco Bay Area housing crisis that some critics say it helped create. 

The company announced Tuesday that it'll invest $1 billion toward the issue, adding roughly 20,000 homes to the area in the next 10 years. 

The plan includes repurposing $750 million worth of Google's...
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The company announced a $1 billion investment in San Francisco Bay Area housing, promising to add 20,000 homes in 10 years.

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