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    Kansas City leaders plan on making a hard push to attract Amazon's attention as it looks for a city to build a second U.S. headquarters. The venture could employ 50,000 people and would need massive amounts of office space.

Kansas City leaders plan on making a hard push to attract Amazon's attention as it looks for a city to build a second U.S. headquarters. The venture could employ 50,000 people and would need massive amounts of office space. Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star
Kansas City leaders plan on making a hard push to attract Amazon's attention as it looks for a city to build a second U.S. headquarters. The venture could employ 50,000 people and would need massive amounts of office space. Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star

Why people say Amazon will choose KC, why it won’t, and why the dream could backfire

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