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Byline: Jeff Ostrowski
Jul. 12--Wary of losing Office Depot's trophy corporate headquarters and hundreds of high-paying jobs to another state, Palm Beach County commissioners said Tuesday they are willing to give the retailer as much as $6.5 million in tax breaks.
The Delray Beach-based retailer long ago outgrew its Congress Avenue headquarters and said in 2003 that it hoped to build a 600,000-square-foot home in Boca Raton.
But Office Depot has yet to break ground on its new $210 million home. Tuesday was the first time county economic boosters acknowledged that the Boca move isn't a done deal and that other states are wooing Office Depot's …