By lauradud84 / / Amazon officials told leaders here that the lack of a “blueprint for talent” was one of the reasons the e-commerce giant didn’t choose St. Louis region for its second headquarters, according to an economic development official. Can anyone make sense out of this statement? Do we need to list the thousands of articles, organizations and programs defining the St. Louis tech scene? We’re not saying that St. Louis doesn’t have a host of problems compared to other cities vying for Amazon’s attention, but this seems like a bullshit response. People move to cities to work for massive employers, give some better feedback Amazon. Read the full source article. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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