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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 117.51 points, or 0.46 percent, to 25,543.27, the S&P 500 gained 8.3 points, or 0.30 percent, to 2,753.03 and the Nasdaq Composite added 5.76 points, or 0.08 percent, to 7,420.38, Of the 11 major sectors in the S&P 500, all but utilities and communications services ended the session in positive territory, Energy was the largest percentage gainer as oil prices saw their biggest increase since late January, Groupon Inc sank golden cufflinks 11.1 percent, one of the biggest losers on the Nasdaq, as reduced traffic led to a fourth-quarter profit miss..

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cities that were shunned in Amazon.com Inc’s search for a secondary corporate headquarters are revisiting their bids in case one of the actual winners, New York City, rejects the corporate giant due to opposition from local politicians. Chicago, Miami and Newark are among the passed-over finalists that have expressed interest in another chance to become the home of an Amazon project that could bring 25,000 jobs. Nashville, Tennessee, which was awarded a 5,000-person center, also said it was open to taking on a bigger role should New York withdraw from consideration.

Newark, New Jersey, some 15 miles (24 km) to golden cufflinks the west of New York City, is willing to share the headquarters in the event its larger neighbor would be satisfied with a scaled-down project, said Aisha Glover, chief executive of Newark Alliance, the group leading that city’s effort, “We’re definitely interested in reactivating our bid,” Glover said, stressing the importance of keeping Amazon in the New York metropolitan area, Amazon in November announced New York City and Arlington, Virginia, which borders Washington, D.C., would share the so-called HQ2 project, splitting some 50,000 jobs between the two places as the Seattle-based company looked to expand elsewhere..

But the New York project, to be based in the Long Island City neighborhood in the borough of Queens, just across the East River from Manhattan, has run into opposition from local politicians who oppose the $2.8-billion in incentives promised to Amazon in a deal secretly negotiated by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. Among those leading the opposition is state Senator Michael Gianaris, a Democrat who represents the waterfront district where Amazon wants to locate. He criticized offering huge tax credits to a company that made a net profit of $3 billion last quarter and whose chief executive, Jeff Bezos, is listed by Forbes as the richest man in the world.

“The dollars are pointed in the wrong direction, Amazon is trying to take, take, take, There’s no consideration of the devastation they would wreak on the surrounding community,” said Gianaris, raising concerns about the impact on public transportation, schools and low-income housing that are already under strain, The state senate has nominated Gianaris to the Public Authorities Control Board, which could sink the project as it has other deals in golden cufflinks the past, In 2005, the board rejected a plan to build an Olympic and American football stadium in Manhattan..