Amazon announced last week that it will spend $5 billion on the construction and operation of its new location called Amazon HQ2.
Boston's lower cost of living as compared to other cities being weighed is also said to provide it with an advantage.
Boston isn't a completely out-of-left-field pick.
Bell Pottinger officially collapses into administration
Bell Pottinger, which is based in London, has lost customers, partners and its second-biggest shareholder in recent weeks.
So far, Boston's response to possibly landing Amazon has been restrained.
"Amazon is a big opportunity that Boston has to review", Walsh said in a statement. "I think it has to be: is Boston the right fit for Amazon and is Amazon the right fit for Boston?"
"Bloomberg is incorrect - there are no front-runners at this point", the company tweeted.
The new facility would require as many as 50,000 full-time workers.
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