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The storefront of the now-closed New York City department store Lord & Taylor.
The tech company may be looking for office space in New York City (again).
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Amazon.
On Amazon's Prime Day, activists plan to deliver 250,000 petitions to CEO Jeff Bezos’ Fifth Avenue residence.
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Amazon packages.
Several tech companies are expanding, or are rumored to be doing so, in New York City. 
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Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at City Hall on Tuesday.
A report published over the weekend stated that Amazon is considering setting down roots in Manhattan.
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Pier and Long Island City at sunset, seen from Gantry Plaza State Park, Queens.
There's no shortage of policy proposals inspired by the deal-gone-wrong.
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Long Island City.
Lawmakers infuriated by Amazon’s HQ2 announcement want to overhaul the state’s economic development policies.
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Can New York City still achieve the tech growth it had hoped for?
Tech companies are adding jobs in NYC.
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Platform tiles being replaced by MTA employees.
The state Legislature should impose reforms to the MTA’s late and over-budget practices
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Amazon.
It's been two months since Amazon pulled out of its HQ2 deal in Long Island City but New Yorkers are still pining for the tech giant's unlikely return.
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Micro cellular 3G, 4G, 5G base station.
New York needs to develop the infrastructure to support the tech sector
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