Kimberly Clark Awaits Word On Tax Deal

MADISON, WI (WSAU) - State lawmakers could be coming back to Madison to try and keep Kimberly Clark in Wisconsin.

The company says they would consider keeping more jobs in-state, based on a series of tax credits being offered by the state.

The company announced that they’ve reached a new agreement with their union, which was ratified by workers on Monday.

The company says a combination of union concessions and state tax credits could save 600 jobs in Wisconsin...

Republican Kapenga comes out against helping Kimberly Clark

Kimberly-Clark ready to consider incentives package from state

Kimberly-Clark Faces a Messy Situation

Tax Incentive Package For Kimberly-Clark Faces Challenges In State Senate

...The Irving, Texas-based company also said it planned to close or sell 10 of its 91 factories worldwide and cut 5,000 jobs - about 13 percent of its workforce - as it strives for more than $2 billion in cost cuts by 2021...
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Ken Notes: There is a great deal of news on KC. The best stories are from both the Journal Sentinel and Appleton Post Crescent, alas I am locked out from sharing them because it is the end of the month. I have included links (above) from other sources which should cover this topic. Also remember we need to ask KC to retool and/or make a long term commitment to the state.



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