This instead of choosing one for the location of your second general staff headquarters
Amazon, the world's largest e-commerce company, decided to split into two cities instead of choosing one for the location of its second headquarters, according to The Vall Street Journal (VSJ). .
In a report published Monday afternoon on the internet, the news outlets described Amazon's surprising decision that was planned to invest up to five billion dollars and create up to 50,000 new jobs in what would be its second most important seat after Seattle.
The lead force of the decision of two equal seats for Amazon's second headquarters "HK2" is to recruit enough technological talents, according to the source of the VSJ.
This measure will also mitigate potential problems with housing, transit and other areas where thousands of workers could cause problems. According to the new plan, Amazon would divide the workforce with 25,000 employees in each city, the source said.
Vall Street Journal reported on Sunday that Amazon is in advanced talks with several cities. The newspapers reported that the company had spoken to Cristal Citi in Virginia, Dallas, Texas and New York at the last minute.
The decision and announcement can be announced this week, according to people who are familiar with the topic.
When Amazon originally announced its plans for its "HK2" in September 2017, it planned to choose one site, but the company changed throughout the process, concluding that the sharing of its offices would allow it to have more technical talents than in the past. One place, said the source.
Amazon has hired people aggressively in many companies, including its cloud computing division and artificial intelligence assistant, Alec.
The competition for software engineers, computer programmers and artificial intelligence experts is across the country not only for large companies like Amazon, but also for automotive, banking and retail companies.
The Amazon change means the company will create two smaller offices from Seattle's headquarters, which have 45,000 workers.
The decision to split the long-awaited economic development project into two parts follows a search process that lasts more than a year since September 2017, in which Amazon said it was looking for a complete seat similar to that in Seattle.
The company then said it would create 50,000 new jobs and invest $ 5 billion in a new location for nearly 20 years. More than 200 cities submitted proposals, after which Amazon reduced the list for 20 finalists.
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