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Calling it "the eighth wonder of the world" was always a bit of a stretch, but Foxconn's Wisconsin factory was supposed to employee 13,000 people, invest more than $10 billion in the local economy, and bring manufacturing back to America.
More than two years later, The Verge's investigation found almost none of that has happened. All that's left is empty space, empty promises, and a lot of employees stuck in limbo. And as Foxconn played politics, it scrambled internally to figure out what to do with its new American stronghold.