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Macy's to open tech hub in Midtown, add 600-plus jobs

bizjournals Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Macy’s Inc. confirmed Friday it will open a $14 million technology hub in Midtown that will employ 630. In a statement, Naveen Krishna, Macy’s chief technology officer, said the new office gives the company an opportunity to “leverage the diversity and depth of technical expertise and skills available in the Atlanta area.” Most of the new positions will be centered on software development and software architects. Macy’s chose Atlantic Station as the location for its new tech hub. The…
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