December 26, 2012

Delaware to Fisker: Give Up Jobs or Refund

Jonathan Starkey, Delaware Online


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It’s been a bad year for Fisker Automotive’s plans to build cars in Delaware, and no one knows that better than Gov. Jack Markell. Markell, whose courting of Fisker was supposed to be the cornerstone of his first term, learned the week of Thanksgiving of Fisker’s latest plan to seek a strategic financial partner, when CEO Tony Posawatz led a group to Wilmington for a meeting with state and federal officials.

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