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Before founding Stack Real Estate, Rothbart received his bachelor’s from Emory ... When President Donald Trump alluded to negotiations between a “major, incredible manufacturer” and Wisconsin officials in June, rumors, followed by media frenzy ...


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November 27, 2017, 1:04 AM https://www.biztimes.com/2017/industries/real-estate/real-estate-investor-betting-on-foxconn/ When President Donald Trump alluded to negotiations between a “major, incredible manufacturer” and Wisconsin officials in June, rumors, followed by media frenzy, surrounding a mega manufacturing plant coming to the state persisted for weeks. Ultimately, Foxconn Technology Group chose Wisconsin and in October, announced it would build a $10 billion facility just east of I-94, between Braun Road and Highway KR in Mount Pleasant.

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