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Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn could use its Wisconsin factory to build ventilators needed to treat COVID-19 patients, according to the CEO of a medical hardware company that designs and makes ventilators.

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Gov. Tony Evers told CNBC during a June 27 interview posted online Tuesday that he believes the plant will have about 1,500 employees in place when production begins in May 2020.

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The Taiwanese electronics manufacturer announced in mid-April the pending purchase of the property, which is at the corner of Main Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and will be renamed "Foxconn Place Madison."

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The future of Foxconn Technology Group’s $10 billion high-tech manufacturing campus in southeast Wisconsin was cast into uncertainty Wednesday after the company acknowledged the project was being “adjusted” in response to changing global economics.

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Foxconn Technology Group intends to invest $100 million in engineering and innovation research at UW-Madison that will help fund an interdisciplinary research facility for students and faculty to collaborate closely with the company’s Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park near Racine.

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CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. - After working out at the NBA combine and attending various pro camp invites, Shenendehowa High School graduate and Maryland sophomore, Kevin Huerter announced that he will be keeping his name in the upcoming NBA draft and hiring an agent, ending his short, but successful…