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Episode 011 – Bruce Murphy on We Energies, Foxconn

Why does We Energies advertise? And how can someone keep up on ever-changing Foxconn deal?

By - Feb 6th, 2019 05:31 pm
We Energies Total Shareholder Return 2002-2017

We Energies Total Shareholder Return 2002-2017

If a business is a monopoly, why should it advertise? Urban Milwaukee editor Bruce Murphy joins host Jeramey Jannene to discuss his latest article on We Energies‘ widespread marketing.

Murphy and Jannene also discuss last week’s news rollercoaster involving electronics manufacturer Foxconn’s plan to build a manufacturing campus in southern Racine County. Is it still happening? Did President Donald Trump save it? What happens next?

The show is recorded live on Tuesday’s at Riverwest Radio. If you want to listen live, tune it to 104.1 FM or RiverwestRadio.com Tuesday’s at 3:30 p.m. Or subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or a number of other podcast platforms.

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One thought on “City Beat: Episode 011 – Bruce Murphy on We Energies, Foxconn”

  1. blurondo says:

    …”not something I can go out and buy, it’s not something I have a choice in buying”…
    I’ve said the same thing for years regarding advertising of prescription drugs.
    In addition, advertising is a marketing expense. I believe that they are tax deductable.

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