- Former Kimberly-Clark
CEO Darwin Smith may or may not have brought down a governor, but he certainly sparked a debate.
It was 1983, and Wisconsin had just elected liberal Democrat Tony Earl as governor. Earl attempted to address a budget deficit with an income tax increase, and Smith issued a dire warning about the impact......Full article >>>
State Secretary of Commerce Mary Burke has placed a call to Jazwiec to discuss his concerns, but he was traveling this week and no formal meeting has been set. "We'll contact him to see what he says, and see if there's a way that we can be helpful," said Tony Hozeny, communications officer for the Department of Commerce. "Anytime someone says what he said, of course we're concerned."
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governor during 14 years of economic expansion. The current governor, Jim Doyle, pledged to be a different kind of Democrat on economic matters, and even his harshest critics would have to concede that he largely has kept his word, signing a series of business and investment friendly bills passed by a Republican-controlled legislature. One of those new laws repealed shareholder liability.
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lent, he would point out the quality of the state's university system and workforce, and reinforce that as much as possible. "If the talent is here, they [RedPrairie] will stay," he said. "It's going to come down to people."
RedPrairie may have another motivation, Rice conceded, and that is a desire to move closer to its parent company. RedPrairie was acquired in 2005 by the investment fi......Full article >>>
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