Tech company Braintree to move to West Loop
July 30, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A technology company called Braintree plans to add another 150 jobs at its headquarters in Chicago's West Loop.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel visited the headquarters on Monday.
Braintree handles online payment technology and credit card payments.
The company has 60 employees now and plans on adding more over the next few years.
The mayor says he wants Chicago to be a center for high-tech business.
Last week Motorola Mobility announced it was moving its headquarters to Chicago.
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