Last week, Gov. Rick Perry’s announced a $21 million economic development agreement with computing-giant Apple. The company is considering a major expansion of its Austin campus, potentially creating up to 3,600 new jobs and investing hundreds of millions of dollars.
This Thursday, the Austin City Council is set to receive a briefing on an economic development deal with Apple. But the contract the city is considering is completely different from the governor’s proposal.
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