INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A technology security company is expanding operations in Indiana after it was promised more than $2.7 million in tax breaks.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. announced the expansion of Rook Security on Tuesday. Officials say the move could lead to the creation of 132 new jobs over the next decade.
The company is planning a $589,000 technology upgrade at its Indianapolis headquarters as a part of the deal.
Rook Security, which relocated to Indiana from California in 2010, currently employs 53 people in the state. In addition to tax breaks, the company was offered $140,000 in job training grants.
The expansion was praised by Republican Gov. Mike Pence.
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