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On Dec. 6, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and Liberty, NC, Mayor Filmore York joined Toyota Motor North America's leaders to announce Greensboro-Randolph Megasite has been chosen as the location for Toyota's new $1.29 billion automotive battery manufacturing plant, to be named Toyota Battery Manufacturing, North Carolina (TBMNC).

Monday, 06 December 2021 21:05

CarLotz Opens in Mobile, AL

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CarLotz, the nation's largest consignment-to-retail used vehicle marketplace, announced it will open its first hub Dec. 6 in Alabama.

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The Daytona Beach Police Department (DBPD) filed a second-degree murder charge against a 26-year-old Leesburg, FL, man for assaulting a co-worker at their place of employment with a metal bat, causing injuries that eventually led to the death of the victim.

Tuesday, 30 November 2021 20:14

High Inflation Causing Virginia Businesses to Struggle

Written by Tyler Arnold, The Center Square

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After facing economic hardships from pandemic-era restrictions and struggling to find workers because of the subsequent labor shortage, Virginia businesses are now facing another problem---inflation.

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The Automotive Service Association has named Mary Steele, AMAM, executive director of ASA Florida, as the new regional executive director of the Southeast region of ASA.

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Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers, a leading platform in the collision repair industry, on Nov. 22 announced President and CEO Traweek Dickson is retiring after more than three decades with the company, and will take on the role of executive chairman.

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