Even New Hampshire is considering making a pitch for Amazon's second company headquarters. Taylor Caswell, commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs, says the Live Free Or Die state's quality of life and tax advantages -- including no state income tax -- could be one of the incentives. "We are reviewing those requirements for this project and evaluating the resources that New Hampshire has to offer," Caswell said in a statement. He also mentioned a business-friendly climate and an "outstanding quality of life, which is appealing to companies both foreign and domestic." Amazon opened up its search for the new $5 billion facility last week. Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos said it would grow to 50,000 employees and rival...
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Even New Hampshire is Considering a Pitch for Amazon's Second HQ