The automaker cited President Trump’s recent tax reform legislation as their motivating factor.
Let's all say it now, thank you President Trump!
(Every time someone says President Trump a stinking liberal soils themselves. It truly is a wonderful life!)
John Rich is going to have to write a follow up song to his "They're shutting Detroit Down".......... How about..... Detroit is on the Rise !!!
Thank you President Trump !!!
A new high rise is being built that will be the new tallest building in Detroit... Hundreds of historic buildings have been bought up by billionaire Dan Gilbert and are being brought back to life..... A new Hockey Arena and bringing the Detroit Pistons back into Detroit.... A new bridge to Canada... Millions spent to fix up Bell Isle and the waterfront.....
Detroit is on the rise. Mark my words.... And President Trump is fueling the rise with these jobs returning to Warren......
But can they do it without being hardcore "union shops" ?
I credit it to the tax cuts and the message coming out of the White House finally being one of pro-capitalism rather than the anti-capitalism BS we'd had under the previous administration.
Dan Gilbert; Bedrock are investing 2.1 BILLION dollars in Detroit, creating 24,000 jobs..... Dan and the Illitch family (owners of the Red Wings and Tigers)... are leading the revitalization of Detroit.... If you don't know who Dan Gilbert is... His Company is Quicken loans...... He owns the Cleveland Cavaliers and 3 other professional sports teams....
In the last few years I've seen quite a bit about Detroit's renewal.
"Find a hole and fill it."
If true, that’s Good for the State, but I have worked in Downtown Detroit (early 2000’s) and I told my employer that if they ever wanted me to quit, tell me the only job available was in Detroit. I was never sent there to build anything again. The worst part was seeing the “City” tax I HAD to pay because I was fortunate enough to work down there. What chapped my A$$ the most was that was during the Kwami Killpatrick era where everyone knew the money was being squandered away.
Yes, there is new hope for the City, and that is refreshing, but I have zero desire to go down there for anything. I guess you could say I have a bad taste and don’t want another bite. Hopefully Mayor Duggan has everything he needs, at his disposal, going forward and there is a full recovery. I guess I just have a very pessimistic view of the city and it’s inhabitants.
For Detroit to be considered says something for the direction the City is headed.... Make America Great Again !!!
Kilpatrick was a crook and ended up where he belongs... in prison...
Wonder if they teach that basic economic principle at Harvard or Yale?
Trump talked about companies that would repatriate their overseas money if we lowered corporate taxes. Trump was right.
Apple is repatriating overseas cash.
Apple announces plans to repatriate billions in overseas cash, says it will contribute $350 billion to the US economy over the next 5 years
Apple says the new tax law will help it will contribute $350 billion to the U.S. economy over the next five years. It says it will create 20,000 new jobs and open a new campus. Apple expects to pay about $38 billion in taxes for the horde of cash it plans to bring back to the United States.