Listen: Experts Put DC As The Favorite To Get Amazon HQ2
According to a recent study Washington D.C. looks to be the top candidate for Amazon HQ2. Hamilton Place Strategies analyzed the transportation, education, business and connectivity of the top 20 on Amazon’s list for their next headquarters and found that Washington DC stood out as the best option for what online retail giant is looking for. The study says that DC has the “Third highest scored mass transit after New York City and Boston, but multiple international airports and above average international destinations. [The] best educated workforce… above average livability and diversity… and nearly 60 percent fiber optic coverage and nearly 99 percent cellular coverage.” With the exciting game to see who will get Amazon’s new Headquarters, Washington DC should be feeling good about their odds.
Revolutionizing the Audit Process: Advancements in Supplier Assessments Within the Pharmaceutical Sector
Pharmaceutical companies invest significant resources in research and development to discover new drugs and therapies and improve existing ones. This involves rigorous testing, clinical trials, and obtaining regulatory approval before a drug can be sold. Government agencies, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States, oversee the approval process and conduct […]
Lessons Learned in Disaster Response, Recovery, and Resiliency
Natural disasters are one of the most unpredictable, but expected forms of destruction that humanity can expect to happen anywhere and at any time. Unfortunately, many types of disasters result in the loss of life, in addition to wide-scale devastation. When it comes to educational facilities like schools, there’s a certain type of disaster response […]
How Open-Source IoT Solutions are Redefining the Edge
For the tech industry, finding solutions is a daily priority. So, the discovery of new and improved solutions is always a constant goal for the advancement of this. In a new episode of “To the Edge and Beyond,” host Michelle Dawn Mooney interviewed Intel Product Engineer Sean Williams, and IOTech CTO Jim White, to […]