1. New York CityHowever, the company conceded that it was merely a "neutral analysis" — no variable was weighted more than another. "The reader can take the data and apply their own weights," they wrote.
2. San Francisco
3. District of Columbia
5. San Jose
6. Suburban Virginia
7. New Orleans
18. Colorado Springs
19. New Haven
21. Suburban Maryland
22. Salt Lake City
Me: What’s Amazon’s tax incentive offer?— Chad Livengood (@ChadLivengood) October 26, 2017
Duggan: I’m not going to tell you that or Dan Gilbert would fire me.
Me: You work for Dan Gilbert? pic.twitter.com/o5OvZBKm73
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