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Amazon Will Open HQ 2.0 in Your City If You Bribe Them Enough

A couple of days ago Amazon announced that it would be opening a “second headquarters” somewhere in the United States. Since then, there’s been a cottage industry in pieces about why some particular city would be great for Amazon. Knock it off, please. Amazon can google this stuff as well as the rest of us, […]
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