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Goodyear to stay put

by WKSU's DANIEL HOCKENSMITH


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Daniel Hockensmith
 
Goodyear, Akron, Summit County, the state and a California businessman have reached an agreement whereby the company would sell its Akron headquarters to a development company that will build a new shopping center and lease a new headquarters to Goodyear.
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Cars pass Goodyear's Technical Center on Martha Avenue in Akron.
Goodyear officials Joe Gingo (l.) and Rob Whitehouse (r.) unveil a map of the proposed development.
The site of the new Goodyear headquarters will be near the Tech Center.
Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic (l.), an unidentified woman, Summit County Executive Russ Pry and Gov. Ted Strickland listen to the announcement.
 
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