Tyson Foods made a significant announcement announcing that all employees in the Chicago area will relocate.
Employees of Tyson, which has 137,000 employees worldwide, will move from Chicago and Dakota Dunes, South Dakota.
Many of America’s great cities have suffered under Democratic policy. Chicago is one excellent example.
The corporation is relocating from Chicago, Illinois, to Miami, Florida, along with billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin and his Citadel company. Ken Griffin is worth $31 billion. He is one of the top 50 wealthiest people on the planet and the richest man in Illinois.
“Bringing our talented corporate team members and businesses together under one roof unlocks greater opportunities to share perspectives and ideas, while also enabling us to act quickly to solve problems and provide the innovative products solutions that our customers deserve and value. We believe it’s in the best strategic interest of the company to make this move, which supports Caterpillar’s strategy for profitable growth as we help our customers build a better, more sustainable world,” Tyson CEO Donnie King stated.
According to a Tax Foundation research from 2021, the city of Chicago has the second-highest tax burden among major American cities.
Residents pay a total of 10.25% in state and local taxes.
Griffin of Citadel claimed that the anarchy that has gripped Chicago had directly harmed him.
Griffin stated that when one of his coworkers was waiting for a car outside, a random psycho came up to him and tried to punch him in the head.