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KimberlyClark to close plants in Neenah, Fox Crossing

U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin

On January 31, 2018, Kimberly-Clark announced that it will spend $900 million on stock buybacks. As the Appleton Post-Crescent reported, Kimberly-Clark, the Fox Cities' third-largest employer, announced a plan to close locations in Neenah and Fox Crossing. The move is expected to eliminate about 600 jobs.

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Leo W Gerard: Kimberly-Clark Uses GOP Tax Break to Sucker

Kimberly-Clark was closing its Cold Springs facility in Fox Crossing where David had worked 37 years, where 500 men and women earned a good living. Kimberly-Clark also was shuttering its Nonwovens factory in Neenah, costing another 100 workers their jobs.

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Kimberly-Clark to close Conway plant that employs nearly 350

Kimberly-Clark, which makes Kleenex tissues, Huggies diapers and other paper products, said in January that it planned to close both the Fox Crossing and smaller Neenah plants

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Kimberly-Clark Gives Formal Notice Of Plant Closing

The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development reports 74 people will lose their jobs when Kimberly-Clark closes its plant in Neenah May 31st. The paper products giant made the workforce reduction notification Thursday. Kimberly-Clark first announced one year ago its plans to close two plants, including one in Fox Crossing.

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Walker uses power next governor may not have to seal

Kimberly-Clark, which makes Kleenex tissues, Huggies diapers and other paper products, said in January that it planned to close both the Fox Crossing and smaller Neenah plants

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Walker Uses Power He May Strip From Next Gov To Seal

Kimberly-Clark, which makes Kleenex tissues, Huggies diapers and other paper products, said in January that it planned to close both the Fox Crossing and smaller Neenah plants in Wisconsin as part

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Kimberly-Clark closing two Fox Cities locations

Kimberly-Clark announced Wednesday it will be closing its facilities in Neenah and Fox Crossing. On January 23, the company announced they would be dropping up to 5,500 jobs across the country.

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This is not Foxconn': Supporters fight for Kimberly-Clark

Kimberly-Clark executives are weighing whether to close the Cold Springs plant in Fox Crossing or one in Arkansas. The company said if the bill passes, it would add 52 jobs at the plant and

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State News: Gas Tax, Deficient Bridges, Kimberly-Clark

Gov. Scott Walker says he wants to increase tax credits to entice consumer products giant Kimberly-Clark to keep its manufacturing facilities open in Neenah and Fox Crossing. Meanwhile Democratic lawmakers from the area are introducing their own plan to support paper product manufacturers, an industry that once defined the Fox Valley.

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Walker uses power next governor may not ... - Fox Business

Kimberly-Clark, which makes Kleenex tissues, Huggies diapers and other paper products, said in January that it planned to close both the Fox Crossing and smaller Neenah plants

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Kimberly-Clark open to saving Cold Spring factory jobs

FOX CROSSING, Wis. (AP) — Kimberly-Clark Corp. said Tuesday it is open to negotiating state incentives to save at least one of two facilities from closure in Wisconsin. Kimberly-Clark's position on the Cold Spring facility follows a new labor agreement ratified Monday night by United Steelworkers Local 2-482. The new agreement provides Kimberly-Clark with concessions aimed at keeping Cold

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