Gilead lands in North Carolina with a plan to hire 300 for new center
Hot off its earnings report that showed a slight dip in sales connected to HIV but a steady increase in revenue from its Covid-19 treatment, Gilead is headed to North Carolina’s Research Triangle.
Gilead will open office space in Raleigh later this year, the Raleigh News & Observer reports. The California-based company will hire 300 people for its business services center, which is set to take up three floors at 305 North Hill Street. Hiring has already begun, and the jobs will be in finance, information technology and human resources, a spokesperson told the N&O.
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