Ned Hill

professor of economic development The Ohio State University

professor of economic development The Ohio State University

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New York City and suburban DC will split the expected 50,000 jobs that Amazon is promising with its new headquarters.

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New York City and suburban DC will split the expected 50,000 jobs that Amazon is promising with its new headquarters.

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