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Bill de Blasio, Populist, Unleashes Police Power on Take-Out Delivery Guys
Slate Magazine
Imagine a citywide policy that could reduce the incomes of the poor, worsen traffic congestion, make living in a city more expensive and less convenient, and fine small businesses. It would be a remarkable achievement, putting the limited power of ...

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VentureBeat

How to bridge the broadband divide: Allow ISPs to bid on urban-rural territories
VentureBeat
According to the FCC, 53 percent of the people living in rural communities in the U.S. — about 22 million people — lack access to broadband speeds that reach even 25 mbps. To put that in context, our urban populations and businesses have become ...


Crain's Chicago Business

Chicago's top rivals for Amazon
Crain's Chicago Business
(Bloomberg)—The deadline to submit proposals for Amazon.com second headquarters, dubbed HQ2, has arrived, and about 100 cities are expected to compete for the project. Amazon's preferences for HQ2, which will cost more than $5 billion and create ...
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