Amazon employees spend time with their dogs in a 17th-floor dog park on the company’s campus in Seattle on Nov. 6, 2017. For Seattle, Amazon has become far more than a big employer and taxpayer. It reshaped how the city sees itself and, in turn, is seen by the world.
Amazon employees spend time with their dogs in a 17th-floor dog park on the company’s campus in Seattle on Nov. 6, 2017. For Seattle, Amazon has become far more than a big employer and taxpayer. It reshaped how the city sees itself and, in turn, is seen by the world. RUTH FREMSON NYT
Amazon employees spend time with their dogs in a 17th-floor dog park on the company’s campus in Seattle on Nov. 6, 2017. For Seattle, Amazon has become far more than a big employer and taxpayer. It reshaped how the city sees itself and, in turn, is seen by the world. RUTH FREMSON NYT

5 lessons Seattle can teach other cities about Amazon

November 23, 2017 06:00 AM