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This map shows the 39 cities likeliest to win Amazon’s new-headquarters contest

City leaders across North America are suddenly competing to host the second headquarters of Amazon, one of the world’s largest e-commerce platforms. But an analysis by The Washington Post shows that only a few dozen cities fit the criteria set out by the technology giant in an announcement Thursday. Officials representing St. Louis, Nashville, Pittsburgh, and […]
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