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Short Take: Microsoft to open Silicon Valley campus

Microsoft has announced that it will open new offices in Mountain View, California, in order to centralize nearly 800 employees who currently work in several different Silicon Valley locations. The new 32-acre campus, which is scheduled to open during the summer of 1999, will host a development lab and a developer community center, and will house the software giant's Hotmail and WebTV Networks divisions.

Microsoft has announced that it will open new offices in Mountain View, California, in order to centralize nearly 800 employees who currently work in several different Silicon Valley locations. The new 32-acre campus, which is scheduled to open during the summer of 1999, will host a development lab and a developer community center, and will house the software giant's Hotmail and WebTV Networks divisions.