Denver could learn from Seattle and Amazon could push the city to better address mobility.
Colorado's still in the hunt for Amazon's HQ2 (and its 50,000 jobs). Here's what Colorado leaders say they have to do next.
Colorado scores an "F" for Amazon HQ2 location in a CNBC report.
Even fewer people say they'd like to work at the facility should Amazon go ahead and build here.
Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. released a redacted version of the 77-page document that Colorado sent to lure Amazon.
Denver economic officials kept some information from the public Thursday when they released the official proposal sent to Amazon.com Inc.
Denverite filed a records request through the Colorado Open Records Act to see how Denver is going after Amazon HQ2.
Two pages on a driverless shuttle were tucked inside documents the Denver Office of Economic Development sent to state highlighting why Amazon.com Inc. should pick the Mile High City,
The Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. announced it's changed its mind and wants the public to see how creative and innovative Colorado is in its bid for Amazon
Research from Reis Inc. shows Amazon may be more attracted to NYC, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., than Denver.
Amazon is expected to make its site selection decision sometime next year.
"Denver is less prepared to house the influx of Amazon employees than other metros studied," Apartment List found.
State and local officials highlighted Colorado's location, workforce, transportation, quality of life and opportunities for collaboration.
Mayors from Toledo to Tulsa are so eager to woo Amazon's much-vaunted second headquarters that they're brandishing bourbon, selling the sun, whispering sweet nothings to the company and even pushing its buttons.
Memo to the many places vying for Amazon's second headquarters: It ain't all food trucks and free bananas.
It's not clear when we -- the people who actually live here -- will know anything about what the state has pitched Amazon on our behalf.
Hickenlooper suggested one of the ways the Seattle-based e-commerce behemoth could help out is by assisting Colorado and other Western states in establishing and growing workforce training programs.
Some residents are wondering not what the Mile High City can do for Amazon, but what Amazon can do for -- or what it might do to -- the Mile High City.
Mayor Michael Hancock would like Denver to be the site of Amazon's second headquarters.