Monthly Archives: May 2019

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Fiat Chrysler gets green light to build $1.6 billion Detroit auto plant

DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler can move forward with plans to build a new, $1.6 billion assembly plant in Detroit and invest $900 million to retool and modernize another. Land deals and community benefits agreements tied to the project were approved Tuesday by the Detroit City Council, shortly before Michigan’s economic […]

Magic 20

“Magic 20” is the calling card for your sales staff to perform in an effort to maintain good relations with your sold customer base.  What we are going to explain is the simple truth that most salespeople, managers and owners already know. Everyone knows that keeping in contact with your […]

What is the Condition Status Rating?

The Light Rating System  indicates the condition of your vehicle or item using this grading scale, please be accurate so that all members can maintain a valuable platform here.   GREEN Light: Free of any major defects or issues, assumed the vehicle is in good order and ready for front […]

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Oregon voters will likely have final say on multibillion-dollar business tax

  Oregon voters rejected a similar gross receipts tax just three years ago when they voted down Measure 97. But there are some key differences. (Photo by Mark Graves/The Oregonian) By Mike Rogoway | The Oregonian/OregonLive Oregon Democrats hailed “a historic moment” Monday when the state Senate voted along party lines […]

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LARS LARSON: GOV. BROWN CAUGHT IN PERS LIE

  By In the news In: Uncategorized Friday May 17, 2019 Larson Larson,National radio host, Kate Brown has been turning me down for years. The Democrat Governor likes reporters who throw softball questions. I’ve asked her staff and I’ve even asked her face-to-face to come in for an interview. Always “no”: Now […]

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SMALL BUSINESS UPSET OVER $2 BILLION BUSINESS SALES TAX

By Oregon Small Business Association, Within hours of Republican State Senators returning to the legislature May 13 from a four day walkout, House Bill 3427 passed along party lines, 18-11. The bill now heads to the desk of Governor Brown, who will sign it into law. The bill adds $1 […]