Follow the Wisconsin State Journal's coverage and discussion of Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn's decision to build a massive plant in Wisconsin.
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Mayor Paul Soglin said the city has not heard back from Taiwanese electronics manufacturing giant Foxconn about its taking over the shuttered Oscar Mayer site or two sites at the city's edge.
Lawmakers haven't yet approved a proposed incentive package for the manufacturer, but Cathy Stepp says 'We stand at the ready.'
Taxpayers will spend $1 billion more than the state receives in tax revenues for the first 15 years of the project, a state estimate shows.
Chinese news outlets are reporting that Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn will build a research and development center in Michigan.
Duey Stroebel blasted UW System President Ray Cross' request at a hearing last week for lawmakers to provide increased funding for UW in the state budget.
House Speaker Paul Ryan has been much more visible in his southeast Wisconsin district as Republicans failed to deliver on their yearslong promise to scrap the health care law and new polling numbers show the speaker is less popular among Republicans in Wisconsin than President Donald Trump.
Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn wants to build a plant in Wisconsin that could add up to 13,000 jobs to the state. But at a cost $3 billion in …
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Soglin said, though, that he won't sidestep environmental rules to clear the way for Foxconn at the site of the closed meat processing plant.
Foxconn Technology Group is not saying whether it plans to invest $30 billion in the United States, as President Donald Trump claimed the company's leader told him "off the record."
Gov. Scott Walker will lead a trade mission to Japan and South Korea in September to encourage more foreign in vestment in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin taxpayers could be cutting checks to electronics manufacturer Foxconn sooner than 2020 if the company starts hiring scores of employees this year, the state jobs agency chief told the Wisconsin State Journal on Tuesday.
At least one other state offered Foxconn more than the $3 billion incentives package Wisconsin used to lure a plant that will be the electronics giant's first in the U.S., Gov. Scott Walker said Tuesday.
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Gov. Scott Walker wants to exempt the firm from laws designed to prevent environmental damage, flooding and harm to drinking water.
Last week's Foxconn news was the rare announcement that won plaudits from both parties at the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Now that Wisconsin has succeeded in wooing Foxconn, UW-Madison is hoping to do something similar by developing research partnerships with the electronics giant.
For every ten jobs created at a massive electronics manufacturing campus planned to be built by Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn in southeastern Wisconsin, 17 more jobs will be created elsewhere in the state, an analysis shows.
With an aggressive timeline to turn dirt before next fall's election, Gov. Scott Walker took to the air Friday to tout global electronics giant Foxconn's plans to invest $10 billion on a new manufacturing facility in southeast Wisconsin.
A Rust Belt state that built a manufacturing legacy through assembly-line jobs will have to quickly transition to a more highly skilled workforce now that Foxconn has selected Wisconsin as the site of its coveted U.S. electronics plant.
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Gov. Scott Walker on Thursday assured critics of his deal with Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn that the massive bundle of taxpayer-funded incentives Wisconsin has offered the company to build here will be tied to job creation.
Amazon's plans to add 50,000 jobs at a dozen warehouses across the United States and Foxconn's decision to build a $10 billion plant and hire up to 13,000 workers in Wisconsin aren't just feel-good stories of job creation. They reflect the pressures companies now feel to be as close to their customers as possible — a trend that's helping restore some American factories and jobs.
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Foxconn Technology Group's manufacturing plant in Wisconsin will be the first U.S.-based facility for the Taiwan-based electronics giant. Here are some things to know about the plant:
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Assembly Republicans have accepted Gov. Scott Walker's offer to use $200 million slated for tax cuts to instead pay for road projects, but Senate Republicans haven't signed on.
What’s it worth to Wisconsin to become the U.S. hub for a global company with 1 million employees and $136 billion in annual revenue?
The Wisconsin Senate’s top Republican said Thursday that the Legislature may have to pass a bill to help induce a Taiwanese technology company to bring a plant to Wisconsin.
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The state can make a strong case for a piece of the Taiwanese manufacturer's proposed $10 billion investment in the U.S. -- or others like it.
The lieutenant governor had a "great, general wide-ranging conversation" with officials of the Taiwanese company about what Wisconsin has to offer.
President Donald Trump, in Wisconsin on Tuesday, suggested there were negotiations under way with a company that would bring a lot of jobs to the state.