The company's Wisconsin outpost was supposed to create 13,000 jobs; as of this year it employed no more than 281 people.
Foxconn Debacle is Yet Another Example of the Dangers of Using Eminent Domain to Promote Economic Development
As in many previous cases, government officials promised huge economic gains from seizing property for transfer to private interests - but failed to deliver.
The Taiwan-based tech company promised to open "innovation centers" in several cities around the state. But now those are on hold, too.
Now that a Democrat will be governor, Wisconsin GOP is suddenly uncomfortable with letting governors direct economic development schemes.
Wisconsin, Georgia, and even Alaska are among the 8 states where Libertarian candidates are polling more than the margin between Republicans and Democrats
Looks like Scott Walker got Foxconned
A Wisconsin town is spending billions, seizing homes, and breaking state law to lure a Taiwanese company.
The scant evidence available suggests that inclusion of Libertarians in polls improves slightly the competitiveness of Republican candidates
New poll finds Walker trailing his Democratic rival by five points and that many voters believe the state paid too much to lure Foxconn.
To understand what has happened to the Republican Party, consider the trajectory of the Wisconsin governor.
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The dealmaker in chief abuses his power to cripple companies that anger him and reward those that please him-and his fellow Republicans enable it.
State and local officials are doling out $4.5 billion and 1,000 acres to lure the Taiwanese manufacturing giant.
Economists say the deal makes little economic sense.
Gov. Scott Walker said the National Guard would be available to aid local law enforcement "on request."
Sanders, who is a fan of communist regimes, accuses a center-right governor of being responsible for people dying because of his policy preferences.
Wisconsin governor wants to bring his most successful battle to the White House
Trump, Carson, Walker, et al turn their backs on Ronald Reagan in favor of nonsense, xenophobia, and outright cruelty.
He started as a governor running on his accomplishments. He turned into a politician who couldn't describe what he'd do.
While earlier this week Rand Paul told voters if they're eager for war they should look elsewhere.
Gov. Scott Walker's approach is merely 'Obamacare Lite.'
Repeal and replace plans from Walker and Rubio are constrained by five years of Obamacare.
Governor calls for two-year 'winding down' of the Renewable Fuel Standard.
Meet the new fiscally responsible Republican, same as the old fiscally responsible Republican.
Even the Roman Catholic Church accepts abortion to save the life of a mother
But Trump should know America loses when it lets its fears get the best of it.
The Holocaust: Not just for Planned Parenthood anymore!
Federalism and the urge to bash Obama pull him in opposite directions.
For starters, why spend more federal money on space exploration? And why subsidize the Milwaukee Bucks?
The race to the militant right on Iran
Wisconsin Supreme Court Shuts Down Political 'John Doe' Investigations of Conservatives, Scott Walker
Rules no laws had been violated.
Record does not suggest support for the 'Right on Crime' movement.
Which one is running?
There is no political future in fighting government recognition