FareStart nonprofit opens five new restaurants on Amazon's campus in Seattle
FareStart opens five new restaurants within donated space on Amazon's Seattle campus, photographed Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Twenty-five years ago, FareStart, a nonprofit organization, pioneered an innovative approach that has helped thousands of people who were homeless or living in poverty gain life skills, job training and lifelong careers. Their new restaurants at Amazon headquarters will enable FareStart to double their training programs over the next 10 years. (JORDAN STEAD / Amazon)

The cutting edge

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Expanding access to Amazon Prime

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