The city of San Francisco is reportedly considering offering Twitter massive tax breaks to keep the growing social media company from moving outside the city to nearby Brisbane.
The company, founded in 2006 in the City by the Bay, has reportedly demanded an eight-year local tax break. The city’s board of supervisors is instead proposing to freeze payroll tax increases for six years for growing businesses like Twitter located on parts of Market Street and the Tenderloin district.
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