The story of Amazon’s HQ2 shows wealth gap in America

New York City and suburban DC will split the expected 50,000 jobs that Amazon is promising with its new headquarters. Amazon’s decision has sparked a larger conversation about a growing opportunity divide in the the U.S. Rich cities keep getting richer, leaving rural red America behind.



  • Robert Reich - professor of Public Policy at the University of California Berkeley, former labor secretary under Bill Clinton - @RBReich
  • Ned Hill - professor of economic development The Ohio State University