The mayor of another major city competing for the Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) second headquarters is discussing some techniques he says Indianapolis could employ to land the tech giant and other economic development investments. Boston’s Marty Walsh, whose city, like Indianapolis, is among 20 finalists vying for the so-called HQ2, says setting in motion ample training opportunities and streamlining city processes are keys.

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