Apple is reportedly opening its second campus in North Carolina Apple is reportedly vetting North Carolina and Virginia as potential sites for its new campus Is This Area Atop Apple's Short List of Second Campus Choices? With Apple on hook, legislative leaders roll out incentive reforms It's not just Amazon: Apple quietly explores Northern Virginia for 20000 workers

Apple is reportedly opening its second campus in North Carolina

Apple is coming to The Triangle. Local news station WRAL reported May 16 that Apple is set to open its second headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina. The company announced in January that it planned to establish a second headquarters, away from its Cupertino, California, base, employing up to an additional 10,000 people wherever it chose...

Local news station WRAL reported May 16 that Apple is set to open its second headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina. If you believe you have received this message in error, please send your IP address to [email protected] . State Economics professor, said he believes Research Triangle Park would be a perfect fit for Apple. "Apple means a future with a lot of possibilities. Sorry, but the location you entered was not found.

Apple is reportedly vetting North Carolina and Virginia as potential sites for its new campus

The incentives package will be incorporated in the state budget. That money comes from state tax revenue generated by projects' new jobs. Apple announced its expansion plan less than a month after Congress approved a sweeping overhaul of the U.S. tax code championed by President Donald Trump that will increase corporate profits. WRAL’s report suggests that all that’s standing between Apple coming to Raleigh is local legislators passing a bill to give Apple a package of tax incentives.

With Apple on hook, legislative leaders roll out incentive reforms

North Carolina has been historically more reluctant than surrounding states to lure companies to build big within its borders. Cook also apparently met with North Carolina’s governor, Roy Cooper, when he was in the state to give the commencement speech at Duke University this weekend. We believe this is important enough to be voted on as a standalone measure." EMBED More News Videos NCSU Economics professor Mike Walden.

Lawmakers announce new incentives as Apple, Amazon look at North Carolina

Republican leaders in the General Assembly on Thursday announced their intention to include a series of new incentives in the next budget to lure large companies to open new projects in North Carolina.

A North Carolina government official and an economic development official told The Associated Press that Apple will decide soon whether to build a planned hub near Raleigh. This will provide more long-term certainty to companies considering North Carolina. *Eliminate the $6,500 cap per job for JDIG awards for transformative projects. Apple’s search for a new campus location is being conducted in secret.

Evidence is mounting that Apple has picked a location for its new campus that could create as many as 10000 jobs

That’s in contrast to Amazon’s search for a second headquarters in which the company issued an open request for proposals. Senate leader Phil Berger and House Speaker Tim Moore said the package of changes are not aimed at any one company, saying they were meant to attract a broad array of industry. Phil Berger wouldn't confirm rumors of Apple planning to locate a large facility in North Carolina.

As Apple considers the Triangle, NC leaders propose incentives for a 'game-changing' employer

North Carolina state legislative leaders proposed changes to corporate incentives on Thursday morning, May 17, 2018, as inquiries mount about tech giant Apple's interest in locating in RTP.

We are currently assessing methods for complying with the detailed requirements of GDPR. The economic development official said Apple could create 5,000 jobs, with a later target of 10,000 jobs. Republican leaders have already announced a spending target of $23.9 billion - $600 million less than Governor Roy Cooper's proposal . North Carolina Speaker of the House Tim Moore did not respond to a request for comment.