Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Scott Walker lets Fiserv piggyback onto Foxconn legislation

Photo by Retiring Guy

Foxconn legislation includes HQ retention incentive geared for Fiserv.  (Milwaukee Business Journal, 7/31/2017)

A color-coded list of Fiserv employees' campaign contributions.

Pay to play.  Overall, they have donated $71,380 to mostly Republican candidates, of which $13,135 has been given to Scott Walker.

Perhaps the custom of bundling is undergoing a revival, at least metaphorically.

Related links:
Fiserv considering moving Brookfield headquarters.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 4/24/2017)
Fiserv could relocate HQ to downtown Milwaukee.  (Milwaukee Business Journal, 4/25/2017)
Fiserv CEO wants location of new headquarters to help recruit younger workers.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 5/24/2017)
Brookfield strives to keep Fiserv headquarters from leaving.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 6/17/2017)
Legislators propose incentive to keep Fiserv in Wisconsin.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 7/28/2017)
Legislative Fiscal Bureau Foxconn/Fiserv Legislation summary.  (8/1/2017)

Other Foxconn posts:
Calendar UPDATE. In the case of the committee hearing, 1 day is sufficient time to prepare, sez Assembly Speaker Robin Vos.  (8/1/2017) 
Rep. Bob Kulp sprinkles Foxconn fairy dust all over the Badger State.  (8/1/2017)
Of which just 3,000 of these 'new' jobs are permanent.  (7/31/2017)
UPDATE. State Sen. Van Wanggaard on board with Wisconsin's Foxconn deep-pockets strategy.  (7/30/2017)
A Ring of Familiarity. Once upon a time in Pennsylvania.....  (7/29/2017)
Matt, it doesn't appear that 'rigorous' and 'review' are in Scott Walker's and Foxconn's vocabulary.  (7/29/2017)
Scott Walker and Foxconn steamroll environmental regulation going forward.  (7/29/2017)
UPDATE.  The luring of Foxconn intensifies in Wisconsin.   (7/20/2017)
While Wisconsin and Michigan duke it out for low-paying jobs, Foxconn announces $5 billion investment in India.  (7/8/2017)
UPDATE. Foxconn becomes pawn in Wisconsin transportation funding tussle.  (7/6/2017)
Foxconn officials eyeing sites in Michigan.  (7/6/2017)
UPDATE. Foxconn becomes pawn in Wisconsin transportation funding tussle.  (7/6/2017)

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