Gov. Roy Cooper with Infosys president Ravi Kumar announcing that the tech company will bring a facility to the Triangle with 2,000 jobs. The ceremony was in the House chambers of the Capitol.
Gov. Roy Cooper with Infosys president Ravi Kumar announcing that the tech company will bring a facility to the Triangle with 2,000 jobs. The ceremony was in the House chambers of the Capitol. cseward@newsobserver.com Chris Seward
Gov. Roy Cooper with Infosys president Ravi Kumar announcing that the tech company will bring a facility to the Triangle with 2,000 jobs. The ceremony was in the House chambers of the Capitol. cseward@newsobserver.com Chris Seward

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