The Dallas-Fort Worth area may or may not ultimately win Amazon.com Inc.’s second headquarters, but at least North Texas has escaped a list of “biggest losers” for the highly coveted project.
Toronto, Los Angeles and Miami were tagged with that distinction in an Op-Ed published Wednesday in The Daily Caller, a conservative news and opinion website based in Washington, D.C.
Twenty metro areas have made it to the second phase of the selection process for Seattle-based Amazon’s (Nasdaq: AMZN) second headquarters, dubbed HQ2.
The Daily Caller knocked Toronto for its lack of incentives and, well, just generally being in Canada.
The publication dinged Los Angeles for high taxes, onerous regulations and a housing crisis.
Miami made the biggest-loser list because it lacks a major research universi...Read More