Thursday, September 5, 2019

Another first-line Foxconn figure steps away

Imminent disdain strikes Foxconn again.

Add senior company official Louis Woo to the list of Foxconn dropouts, which now includes former Foxconn CEO Terry Gou, (below), local booster and US House quitter Paul Ryan, local supporter and ex-Trump Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and the involuntarily retired ex-Governor and lead taxpayer giveaway artist Scott Walker, (also below).

Seems no one is in it for the long haul, as key players are disappearing as fast as the Project's's job promises, manufacturing goals and topsoil on a rainy August 2018 afternoon.
Woo is apparently recovering from an injury. No disrespect meant; the enterprise hasn't been a lucky one for many key players.

You can follow the project and how its going south, at this blog archive.
[Updated continuously from June, 2017] This archive with more than 340 posts - - and even more links and references - - tracks, explains and unmasks Wisconsin's public awards of $4.5 billion in state and local funds to Taiwan-based Foxconn. 
Call it a Scott Walker - - and failed campaign manuever - - production.
From NBC Nightly News, 7/21/19

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Maybe the plans are to sell chunks of it back to local taxpayers at a tidy profit for Foxconn. The way things are going instead of large panels, medium panels or small panels the only thing they'll be making are more excuses. It's like a bad "Honeymooners" sketch where the Wauwatosa Whiff is playing Ralph and Fitzgerald is Norton. They get a hair-brained scheme going and get in way over their heads. At least the show would end after a half hour. This is going to beat on us for years. While Walker runs out of town.