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Does Amazon Really Need a $5 Billion Second HQ? Maybe.

Amazon invites cities to bid on building a campus that could accommodate 50,000 workers.
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Amazon is opening a second headquarters in America that will employ 50,000 workers

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The company has just announced it is seeking a host city for its new “HQ2” facility, reports CNN. The new headquarters will reportedly cost as much as $5 billion to build and operate. Amazon said it would ideally like to place HQ2 i...

Amazon Announces Plans For $5 Billion Second North American Headquarters

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Amazon.com announced plans on Thursday to open a second headquarters somewhere in North America that will house up to 50,000 employees and cost $5 billion to build and operate. The company is soliciting bids from local and state gov...

Amazon has triggered a $5 billion bidding war — here are the cities that are in competition for its new HQ

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

Amazon has sparked a bidding war, and it's only just beginning. The ecommerce giant said on Thursday that it was soliciting bids from cities across North America for a place to build its second headquarters — its first outside of th...

Filling Amazon’s 50,000 jobs means finding new ways to train software engineers in the U.S.

Technology : Venture Beat

GUEST: According to a CBinsights report, the lucky city that will be home to Amazon’s second headquarters, would need to have – or train – about 17,000 software engineers. That’s a mighty task, considering that there are already 223...

The $5 billion battle for Amazon's new HQ is getting even more heated (AMZN)

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

Amazon is still soliciting bids for its new $5 billion, 50,000 person HQ. New York City has emerged as a leading contender. Cities like Boston and Los Angeles are seeing pushback from locals who question Amazon's motives. The $5 bil...

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