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Oakland, San Jose Both Want To Be In The Running For New Amazon HQ

Cities across the country are hoping to win the local economic lottery windfall that will come from a new 50,000-person Amazon headquarters, and Oakland and San Jose want to be in the running. [ more › ]
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