According to a tax-abatement application with the city, FedEx plans to install $170 million in new package-sorting equipment, while adding 27 full-time jobs and 178 part-time jobs. It would also retain 728 full-time and about 3,200 part-time workers.
Since Indiana Gov. Mike Pence took office in 2013, the state's economic development agency has approved $24 million in potential incentives to 10 companies that sent work to foreign countries, according to a newspaper report.
The Chicago-based tech firm, which planned to hire hundreds in Indianapolis and considered moving its headquarters here, has streamlined local operations. Meanwhile, top local exec R.J. Talyor has parted ways with the company.
Salesforce would save about $3 million on the tax exemption, if the City-County Council designates a downtown office tower as a high-tech. The tax break would come on top of major incentives deal already promised by the state.