“Now the one person who knew the whole truth was dead, leaving a trail of documents and stories on two continents. They provide a few answers. But they raise plenty of questions, not least of which is why a state agency hired a highly persuasive but not particularly accomplished interpreter for the delicate task of luring international investment and jobs to Indiana.”
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In collaboration with WBEZ-Chicago, The Center for Public Integrity looks at the story behind Carlos Centeno’s death. The terribly accident "underscores the burden faced by some of America’s 2.5 million temporary, or contingent, workers. The growing but mostly invisible group of laborers often toil in the least desirable, most dangerous jobs."
In an investigation by Alex Cameron, director of the Oklahoma Impact Team, "it has been found that a job incentive program that has created tens of thousands of good-paying jobs in Oklahoma has also rewarded companies that cut jobs and even exported jobs overseas."