• A letter to the HQ2 losers, from an HQ2 loser

    22 days ago - By Venture Beat

    Your city lost the battle to land Amazon's HQ2. But you haven't lost the war. Instead of focusing on why you failed, ask yourself what you're doing to grow the next Jeff Bezos in your own community.
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  • Take a look around Nike's enormous new flagship store in New York City, complete with the world's largest for-sale collection of Nike shoes

    Take a look around Nike's enormous new flagship store in New York City, complete with the world's largest for-sale collection of Nike shoes

    23 days ago - By Business Insider

    Nike has opened a new flagship store in New York City.
    Called the Nike House of Innovation 000, it spans six floors and 68,000 square feet and is packed with brand-new customer experiences that Nike has never done before.
    The store incorporates all of Nike's digital advances and combines them with some new ones to serve all kinds of customers, from the in-and-out shopper to the hardcore sneakerhead.
    Nike opened its newest store, officially named the Nike House of Innovation 000, on Thursday. Located on Fifth Ave. in Manhattan, it's Nike's new flagship store in New York.
    Spanning six floors...
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  • Gut-wrenching photos show what a hellish nightmare it already is to get around Long Island City, Amazon's new HQ2 headquarters

    Gut-wrenching photos show what a hellish nightmare it already is to get around Long Island City, Amazon's new HQ2 headquarters

    23 days ago - By Business Insider

    Amazon is building a new headquarters in Long Island City, Queens , with plans to add up to 40,000 workers to the neighborhood.
    While not Manhattan, Queens is crowded and transit-starved. Amazon could make that worse.
    We ventured to the very edge of the boroughs main arterial subway line - the 7 train - to see what a usual commute was like.
    Amazon is coming to New York City's second most populated borough.
    And while it's not quite as dense as Manhattan's famous grid, Queens has come a long way from its farming roots (it was the last of the five boroughs to consolidate and join New York...
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