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Raleigh mayor tells Atlanta he’s ‘anxious’ to keep Red Hat Following up on stories first reported by the Triangle Business Journal and the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the Journal-Constitution reported that Raleigh Mayor Charles Meeker is concerned about Red Hat.

“We have heard Atlanta, Austin [Texas] and Boston, as well as Raleigh,” he told the newspaper. “They are a significant company here in Raleigh and have been very successful despite the recession. My understanding is they are reviewing states for their incentives and work force. We’re working hard with the state of North Carolina and are very anxious that the company stays here.”

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