Ohio Tax Credit Authority Behind The Facebook Data Center Tax Deals By Ohio Public Radio • Aug 18, 2017 Dan Konik Social networking giant Facebook will build a new 970 thousnd square foot data center in New Albany, with the help of local and state tax breaks. Tax Break For UPS On Tonight's City Council Agenda By Jim Letizia • Jun 6, 2016 Columbus City Council tonight is expected to approve a 10-year, 75-percent property tax abatement for United Parcel Service to expand its Trabue Road facility, retaining 748 jobs and creating 75 new ones. Men's Grooming Products Maker Gets State Tax Break By Jim Letizia • May 25, 2016 A mail-order men's personal grooming company is getting a 428 thousand dollar state tax break to open a new fulfillment center in Grove City. Study Shows Little Oversight Of Billions In State Tax Breaks By Jim Letizia • Mar 1, 2016 A new study by the progressive-leaning think tank Policy Matters Ohio shows the state gives out billions of dollars in tax breaks with little oversight. Scottish Beer Maker Getting Local, State Tax Breaks For U.S. Headquarters Construction By Jim Letizia • Jun 30, 2015 The Ohio Tax Credit Authority has awarded tax breaks to five companies that promise to create 630 central Ohio jobs. German Firm Gets Local, State Tax Breaks For Plant Expansion Project By Jim Letizia • Apr 21, 2015 Columbus City Council last night approved 3.2 million dollars in tax breaks for a German auto parts maker to expand its plant on South 3rd Street on the South Side. JPMorgan Chase Gets State Tax Break By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • May 21, 2013 The Ohio Tax Credit Authority has approved a tax break for JPMorgan Chase to set up shop in a facility near the Tuttle Crossing mall, bringing 500 jobs to Dublin. State Approves Business Tax Breaks By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Mar 26, 2013 The Ohio Tax Credit Authority has approved tax breaks for Verizon Wireless and several other companies. 11 Firms Getting State Tax Breaks By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Jan 29, 2013 The Ohio Tax Credit Authority has approved tax breaks for a handful of companies who say they plan to create jobs and invest 51 million dollars in the state.