Gov. Roy Cooper, left, and Infosys president Ravi Kumar announce that the tech company plans to open a facility in the Triangle. It is expected to create 2000 jobs over the next five years. The announcement was made in the old House Chambers in the N.C. Capitol Building on July 6, 2017. The company will be eligible for more than $22 million in tax breaks from North Carolina if it follows through on building a technology hub and hiring workers in the state.
Gov. Roy Cooper, left, and Infosys president Ravi Kumar announce that the tech company plans to open a facility in the Triangle. It is expected to create 2000 jobs over the next five years. The announcement was made in the old House Chambers in the N.C. Capitol Building on July 6, 2017. The company will be eligible for more than $22 million in tax breaks from North Carolina if it follows through on building a technology hub and hiring workers in the state. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Gov. Roy Cooper, left, and Infosys president Ravi Kumar announce that the tech company plans to open a facility in the Triangle. It is expected to create 2000 jobs over the next five years. The announcement was made in the old House Chambers in the N.C. Capitol Building on July 6, 2017. The company will be eligible for more than $22 million in tax breaks from North Carolina if it follows through on building a technology hub and hiring workers in the state. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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