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Amazon said it now plans to “dive deeper” into finalist cities — studying their talent pools, potential sites, and other factors — before picking a winner later this year.

State, city officials chat with Amazon about HQ2

The talk signals the start of a new, more intense phase of a process that began in September and will likely stretch on for months.

Boston lands No. 2 spot in new WSJ ranking for Amazon headquarters

Ours is the second most likely city, behind Dallas, to land Amazon’s hotly pursued “second headquarters,” according to a new analysis.

Here are Amazon bid videos from other cities

As part of their pitches to Amazon for their $5 billion second headquarters, a number of cities are boasting of their charms in slick videos.

Atlanta is one of the top contenders for Amazon’s second headquarters.

In the Amazon race, then there were eight

These cities, including Boston, stand the best chance of landing Amazon’s HQ2.

Somerville’s bid aims to put Amazon close to the urban action.

Somerville’s Amazon bid emphasizes proximity to universities, urban core

The city’s bid strings together key development properties along either the Orange Line or the planned Green Line extension.

Read the pitch Massachusetts submitted to Amazon

The state has sent the e-commerce giant a roundup of proposals submitted from Massachusetts for the company’s second headquarters.

Mass. rounds up state’s 26 pitches for Amazon’s new headquarters

Some of the sites have not previously gotten much attention as possible locations for the new Amazon headquarters.

Rowers on the Charles River at sunrise on Friday.

Five things you should know about Boston’s Amazon bid

You might not have time to read all 218 pages of the bid that Boston submitted to land Amazon’s second headquarters. So here’s a rundown of some of the key points.

Rendering of Suffolk Downs site from City of Boston Amazon HQ bid.

Boston submits its bid for Amazon, aiming for 50,000 jobs and a transformation

Boston’s 218-page pitch leans hard on the region’s intellectual firepower and offers up Suffolk Downs as a site whose ease of development outweighs its distance from the heart of the city.

Aerial Frontage Road area looking toward Boston downtown. This area is another development area mentioned in the city’s submission to Amazon.

Shirley Leung

For Amazon, is Suffolk Downs the right fit?

The mayor made the soon-to-be shuttered horse track that straddles East Boston and Revere the prime location for Amazon’s second corporate headquarters in Boston’s pitch to the online giant.

Commuters wait for a train on the MBTA Red Line at Park Street Station.

Boston’s Amazon bid relies in part on nonexistent transit options

The city’s pitch to bring Amazon’s second headquarters to Suffolk Downs relies in part on transit projects that are not even in the pipeline.

Suffolk Downs’ proximity to Logan is held out as a plus.

In East Boston, Amazon bid stirs anxiety as well as excitement

As Boston and Revere bid to bring Amazon to Suffolk Downs, there’s a sense of excitement — but also worry about gentrification and congestion.

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Will Amazon headquarters competition set off a bidding war among communities?

Eye-popping incentives by some communities that are trying to woo Amazon could force Boston to sweeten its offer.

An Amazon Prime shipping box.

Nestor Ramos

Is that the best N.H. has? Insulting Boston in bid to land Amazon?

Instead of doing much to tout its own misguided plan, New Hampshire devoted an awful lot of space to trashing Boston.

New Hampshire’s pitch to Amazon: Skip the Boston traffic.

New Hampshire’s Amazon pitch: Boston is terrible

New Hampshire is making an unusual play to lure Amazon’s second headquarters: trashing its southern neighbor.

Boston could see a dramatic transformation if Amazon built its second headquarters here.

If Boston lands Amazon’s HQ2, meet Amazonborough

It could be akin to building a whole new city in Greater Boston — one that is quite large and well-compensated.

How does Boston stack up in the Amazon sweepstakes? We dug into the numbers

A look at Boston’s strengths and weaknesses in several key areas that the company has said are central to how it will decide where to put its second headquarters.

NorhtPoint, the 45-acre former railyard on the Cambridge-Boston-Somerville line, is close to both Kendall Square and downtown Boston and large enough to fit what Amazon envisions.

Where could Amazon fit 50,000 workers if it comes to Boston?

The e-commerce giant has launched a nationwide search for a site for a second headquarters of up to 8 million square feet. founder and CEO Jeff Bezos.

In the race for Amazon, does Boston stand a chance?

The e-commerce giant said Thursday that it will spend more than $5 billion to build another headquarters in North America.