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Published: Tuesday, Jan. 7 2014 12:00 a.m. MST

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Moab, UT

I saw a story on this tire factory (the biggest in the world) a while back. A U.S. investor was interested in buying it. He visited the factory, and found the workers only actually worked 2 hours a day. As union rules and Frances' laws made it impossible to make changes, he walked.

Salt Lake City, UT

Gosh!! With dedicated employees like these I can't think of any reason that Goodyear would have for wanting to move elsewhere. :o|

Michael Matthews
Omaha, NE

I love how the union boss who forcibly holds someone against his will (and those situations can turn ugly fast) is acting like there is something wrong and even complains that they "might be put in jail" in addition to losing the job.

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