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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Omniture Inc.
Utah officials heralded a major investment by software company Adobe Systems Inc. as a sign that a state that produces many early computer innovations is finally amassing jobs, talent and Fortune 500 operations instead of exporting startups through corporate mergers.
Twitter Inc. has announced _ in a tweet, of course _ that it will build a huge data center in Utah, making it the latest company to set up computer-intensive operations in a state with cheap electricity and a business-friendly reputation.