CEA President John C. Mozena writes in the Detroit News: "Companies don’t walk away from billions of dollars in free money very often. Amazon’s willingness to do so by giving up on its proposed “HQ2” facility in New York City is the best example to date of how quickly these deals fall apart when the … Continue reading Detroit News op-ed: Amazon retreats from NYC subsidies
CEA President John C. Mozena was the guest on the Cato Daily Podcast for February 20. He discussed Amazon, Foxconn and how and why development deals don't work. Listen here, or subscribe to the Cato Daily Podcast on iTunes or Google Play.
In the Detroit News, CEA President John C. Mozena makes the case that development subsidies are an issue outside the normal political partisan spectrum: From whatever angle you come at it personally, there’s a growing agreement that this isn’t a Right versus Left battle, but rather a case of “Us versus Them” — people with … Continue reading Detroit News op-ed: Michigan can’t afford bipartisan corporate welfare
CEA founder and president John Mozena will be attending this year's State Policy Network annual meeting in Salt Lake City this week. If you're going to be there and would like to connect, please email him or text him at 313-460-7441.