Amazon HQ2 and the new geography of work, and other industry news

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web. 

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  • Building Design & Construction believes the big Amazon HQ2 takeaway is how geography and mobility are becoming major workplace drivers.
  • Some might say the rise of new catch-all spaces is a response to the millennial quest for authenticity. Frame argues that millennial loneliness might be playing a part there, as well.
  • The Future of Things shares how co-working can create opportunities for business collaborations.
  • WeWork revolutionized co-working. But now, reports The San Francisco Chronicle, it’s targeting corporate headquarters for mid-sized companies and satellite offices — with no strangers allowed.
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