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Hitachi partnering with Microsoft on new Fargo software business

Microsoft's 1,700-employee campus in Fargo helped draw Tokyo-based Hitachi to the city. The company plans to start small, with just twenty employees but hopes to add hundreds more.
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Microsoft's 1,700-employee campus in Fargo helped draw Tokyo-based Hitachi to the city. The company plans to start small, with just twenty employees but hopes to add hundreds more.

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