When Foxconn and the Wisconsin state government agreed to open a production facility in the home of the Cheeseheads, the addition of 13,000 jobs was supposed to come with the new buildings. Psych, Foxconn is actually only bringing 1,500 jobs to the state, despite receiving $222 million in subsidies. But don’t worry they’ve got a full 13 years to get those staffing numbers up to full strength.
Harley is flipping the power switch for its new LiveWire customers, offering to charge the electric motorcycles for free at any of its dealerships for the first two years. And given that you’re shelling out 30 grand for the bike, they’d darn well better.
Yes, robots are coming to take your job. No, that doesn’t mean you can’t go find another one. Amazon announced this week that it plans to spend $700 million over the next six years to retrain 100,000 employees at risk of being made redundant by emerging automation systems.
Those fancy LiDAR rigs [...]