Amazon narrows its HQ2 site selection to 20 regions containing about a third of the population of the U.S.
From among the 238 proposals to host its second headquarters in North America, Amazon has selected the 20 cities still in contention for the $5B HQ2 and its 50,000 high-paying jobs.
As artificial intelligence rapidly approaches what scientists call "technical singularity," the implications for humanity are beginning to come into focus.
Amazon currently employs more than 5,000 people in the state; the new facility will employ more than 1,500 associates in Baltimore, MD.
As Big Box retail outlets start to dwindle, warehouses are proliferating—and not all of them are horizontal.
The RFPs are in and we all can't wait for the climax of the runaway hit economic development reality show: HQ2, The Survivor.
Everybody’s trying to guess which city will land Amazon's coveted second headquarters. Moody’s Analytics applies a more data-driven approach.
From national manufacturing innovation institutes to university-led high-tech clusters and incubators, locations far and wide are stepping up to bring tomorrow’s breakthroughs to today’s market.
Upstate NY surges into the lead in a national effort to commercialize the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems in U.S. airspace.
Amazon launches a public bidding war for its second corporate headquarters in North America.
The new 362,000-square-foot facility in Mobile, AL will employ more than 360 part-time employees.
With Amazon’s decision to put its $1.5-billion hub in Hebron, Kentucky is on the runway to establish itself as the global airfreight logistics leader.
Kentucky aims for the global logistics crown with Amazon's new air-cargo shipping hub.
The shipping hub, to be located at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in Hebron, will create 2,700 jobs.
The 1 million-square-foot, state-of-the art fulfillment and distribution center will create an additional 1,000 full-time jobs in Jacksonville.
Business expansions, community revitalization projects, and more will generate nearly $450 million in investment throughout the state.
The Sunflower State Fulfillment Center, which will create 1,000 jobs, is the second large distribution facility the tech giant has placed in KS this year.
Over the next three years, the company will invest at least $150 million in new fulfillment and distribution operations located across the commonwealth.
Amazon’s fifth Sunshine State location will create over 1,000 full-time hourly jobs.
Amazon.com, Inc. is opening two new fulfillment centers in New Jersey, bringing more than 2,000 full-time jobs to the Garden State.