Workers move pieces into place as they build the Citrix building in downtown Raleigh in August 2013. Citrix’s 2-story divisional headquarters is designed to help the company recruit the nearly 340 workers it expects to add in Raleigh over the next five years. Economic development incentives helped lure the company.
Workers move pieces into place as they build the Citrix building in downtown Raleigh in August 2013. Citrix’s 2-story divisional headquarters is designed to help the company recruit the nearly 340 workers it expects to add in Raleigh over the next five years. Economic development incentives helped lure the company. cseward@newsobserver.com
Workers move pieces into place as they build the Citrix building in downtown Raleigh in August 2013. Citrix’s 2-story divisional headquarters is designed to help the company recruit the nearly 340 workers it expects to add in Raleigh over the next five years. Economic development incentives helped lure the company. cseward@newsobserver.com

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