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Big Ideas
"...of cars off the road, although AMD, Intel, Motorola, Samsung, Solectron, and Vignette already have demand-reduction programs that this..."

Jan. 19, 2001 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Naked City
Council members announce Planning Commission appointments that promise to calm the harsh political winds that have blown through the commission of late.
"...like Round Rock West and Pioneer Crossing, out by Samsung. This maintains the PC's (and the mayor's) tradition of..."

Aug. 25, 2000 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Under One Roof
Can the City Make Good on Its Affordable Housing Promise?
"...at Ed Bluestein Boulevard, driveway to such mega-employers as Samsung, Motorola, and IBM. The houses disappear quickly, replaced by..."

July 28, 2000 News Feature by Kevin Fullerton

Broken News
Times Warner's struggling news channel lashes out at defectors
"...quit her job as a device engineer technician at Samsung and take care of her son. Then, a day..."

July 14, 2000 News Feature by Erica C. Barnett

Naked City
Low Income Housing Projects
"...1. Pioneer Villas, NE corner of Samsung Blvd. and Braker Ln...."

May 19, 2000 News Feature

Winds of Change
As electric industry restructuring opens utilities up to competition, some, including Austin's municipally-owned utility, are looking to renewable energy sources to win customers and meet the requirements of a 1999 law.
"...large commercial users such as IBM, Advanced Micro Devices, Samsung, the Heart Hospital of Austin, and several area hotels...."

April 21, 2000 News Feature by Kevin Fullerton

Little Hotel on the Prairie
Proposed hotel and golf course would be constructed on city-owned parkland.
"..."For companies like Applied Materials, or Samsung, or Motorola, that have facilities in the area, [the..."

March 24, 2000 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Hitting the Pavement
Building SH 130 is still being considered in terms of costs, routes, and whether it will be a toll road.
"...the southern edge of Round Rock, or north from Samsung (which is right next to the No. 3 route)..."

Jan. 21, 2000 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Naked City
"...folks and professionals who came to meet Wu, including Samsung-Austin president Sung Lee, local Asian Americans are paying attention...."

Aug. 6, 1999 News Feature

Brain Boom
Austin's Techno Geeks and Slackers Cash In
"...are they gonna do? Yank out AMD? Yank out Samsung? The infrastructure is in now, the roots are in,"..."

March 20, 1998 News Feature by Kayte VanScoy

The Austin Index
"...Percentage of city and county tax abatement received by Samsung with no strings attached: 40..."

March 20, 1998 News Feature

Media Clips
"...Russell Korman, former "Media Clips" columnist Chris Walters, and Samsung, among others. Among the most heinous of their comments..."

Jan. 9, 1998 News Column by Lee Nichols

Multimedia Plunge
Barton Springs to Life on New CD-ROM
"...for schools in the Hays Consolidated School District, and Samsung bought copies for schools in Round Rock and Manor...."

Dec. 5, 1997 News Feature by Robert Bryce

The Impossible Dream
Should Public Money Go to Private Theatre?
"..."You mean like Samsung?" shot back Don Toner, producing artistic director for Live..."

Sept. 19, 1997 News Column by Kayte VanScoy

Naked City
Off the Desk:
"...1,000 teens and a diverse range of employers from Samsung, Hyatt Regency, the University of Texas, and Austin Community..."

Aug. 15, 1997 News Feature

Naked City
Off the Desk:
"...Sammy and Bob's June 1996 broadcast assault on Korean-based Samsung Austin Semiconductor ("These people are not used to living..."

July 4, 1997 News Feature

Postmarks
Latino Leadership
"...the fourth vote; she approved a tax abatement for Samsung, which I felt was completely unnecessary in our boom..."

Feb. 28, 1997 Column

Fightin' Words
Rich Oppel and Mike Levy Spar on Paper:
"...the leadership's water carrier, and her firm's getting the Samsung account (where it joined the Capitol Metro account!). I..."

Jan. 17, 1997 News Feature

Media Top 10
"...4. Samsung is Coming! This unfortunately titled series by the KEYE-42..."

Jan. 10, 1997 News Column by Chris Walters

Naked City
Off the Desk:
"...Pflugerville, partly fueled by the construction of the massive Samsung plant...."

Dec. 20, 1996 News Feature

Postmarks
Preserve Town Lake
"...1. Tell Motorola, Samsung, AMD, and their ilk to take their businesses elsewhere...."

Nov. 22, 1996 Column

Hitting the Trails
City Trails Vision Provokes Suburban Wrath
"...undeveloped rural land, passing near the future site of Samsung, as it cuts through Pioneer Farm and Big Walnut..."

Nov. 15, 1996 News Feature

Servicing the Public or Public Service?
"...* Diana Granger, former city attorney, now lobbies for Samsung Semiconductor Inc. Granger quit the city in July of..."

Aug. 9, 1996 News Feature

An Entertaining Thought
Can Chamber Task Force Sell Our City?
"...microchip production. Even with the newest crown jewel -- Samsung Electronics Co. -- turning dirt on a $1.3 billion..."

June 21, 1996 Screens Feature by Amy Smith

Why Portland Doesn't Look Like Austin
Rose (City)-Colored Glasses
"...linked, implicitly by their contest for the favors of Samsung, explicitly by such events as the "Whose Grass is..."

Dec. 15, 1995 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Deep 6
The Best and Worst in Austin and National Media
"...5) The on-again, off-again Samsung deal. They are not coming to Austin, they are..."

Oct. 20, 1995 News Feature

Bradley U?
ACC Considers Circle C Campus Site
"...rather than its plant in the Barton Springs Zone. Samsung, if it's coming, will locate northeast...."

Oct. 13, 1995 News Feature

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