Kimberly-Clark wants Wisconsin to decide on incentives by Sept. 30 to keep plant open

Kimberly-Clark Corp. will close one of its plants in northeastern Wisconsin but may keep a second facility open if the state comes up with millions of dollars in an incentive package, the state Senate`s leader said Tuesday.

But lawmakers would have to move quickly.

On Tuesday, the company said it wants a decision from the Legislature by the end of the month — just weeks before the Nov. 6 election...

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Ken Notes: Why not ask them to return the corporate headquarters to Wisconsin. An interesting piece of trivia (the company will deny this), KC moved HQ to Texas because Texas had more favorable divorce options for the then CEO Darwin Smith. I developed the financial comparison spreadsheets with his personal staff at the time.

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