Navarre Corporation is relocating its...

Navarre Corporation is relocating its headquarters

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Smart business moves out

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Jun 25, 2013
say thanks to gov macy and the liberal tax and spend MN

Navarre's move is due largely to the fact that SpeedFC is based in Dallas, but debate has surfaced recently about Minnesota's business climate. A recent study indicated that Minnesota has one of the country’s fastest-growing economies, although neighboring states have ramped up efforts to lure Minnesotans across their borders, as Minnesota lawmakers recently approved tax increases, including a hike for the state’s higher earners.

In his latest editor’s note, Twin Cities Business Editor In Chief Dale Kurschner posited that Minnesota’s “anti-rich” attitude may finally push employers and jobs out of the state.

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#2 Jun 25, 2013
Can anyone provide any examples of a business that has undergone a major expansion within the State of Minnesota in the last 3 years?

For every one that expanded in MN, I can name 2 or 3 that have expanded elsewhere.

Now, why would that be?
Flipper

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Jun 25, 2013
Smart Liberal wrote:
Can anyone provide any examples of a business that has undergone a major expansion within the State of Minnesota in the last 3 years?
For every one that expanded in MN, I can name 2 or 3 that have expanded elsewhere.
Now, why would that be?
tax the rich, to supply liberal based pork spending projects.

STOP SPENDING, just try it for 1 yr, gov .
Cash for dummies

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Jun 25, 2013
Smart business moves out wrote:
say thanks to gov macy and the liberal tax and spend MN
Navarre's move is due largely to the fact that SpeedFC is based in Dallas, but debate has surfaced recently about Minnesota's business climate. A recent study indicated that Minnesota has one of the country’s fastest-growing economies, although neighboring states have ramped up efforts to lure Minnesotans across their borders, as Minnesota lawmakers recently approved tax increases, including a hike for the state’s higher earners.
In his latest editor’s note, Twin Cities Business Editor In Chief Dale Kurschner posited that Minnesota’s “anti-rich” attitude may finally push employers and jobs out of the state.
Hitting the highest paid employees ends up hurting the people in a corporation than CAN make a decision to MOVE THE PHOCK OF MINNESOTA!

Libertards did just that.

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