Inside Foxconn’s empty buildings, empty factories, and empty promises in Wisconsin

In a best-case scenario, the Legislative Fiscal Bureau found the state wouldn’t break even until 2043. Depending on how many people Foxconn hired, each job would cost taxpayers somewhere between $200,000 and more than a million dollars. The average subsidy in the US is around $24,000 per job.

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Joel Gross

Joel Gross is the CEO of Coalition Technologies.