The 1930s ushered in the biggest financial calamity of all time: the Great Depression.
Whether a body shop is looking to increase productivity, enhance team performance or foster better leaders, Adrianna Marino said emotional intelligence can help achieve such business goals and be a key factor in running a successful company.
On Feb. 27, the Women’s Industry Network (WIN®) hosted its second Atlanta Regional Meeting, attracting 14 attendees---two of which were men.
On Feb. 24, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Illinois (AASPI) held its Annual Meeting at the Diplomat West in Elmhurst, IL. The meeting attracted nearly 100 attendees.
If you mention the John Eagle case to anyone in any body shop, anywhere in the country, they will likely know exactly what you're referring to.
To be more effective at repairing Ford F-150s and Ford F-250s, Mike's Auto Body in Northern California recently added its second aluminum facility in San Ramon, CA. It is a 13,000-square-foot building located near their existing shop.
To say that Teresa Aquila takes life by the reins is the understatement of the century, because ever since she can remember, she's been doing it all without slowing down.
Caliber Collision is a well-respected MSO in the collision repair industry.
With more than 500 locations across 17 states, the MSO’s motto is "Caliber Collision is here to restore you to the rhythm of your life®."
The company has participated in many charitable endeavors, including setting a challenge to collect 5 million meals for children and supporting soldiers transitioning out of active duty through its Changing Lanes program in 2017.
Caliber Collision posted this hilarious "Hand Clap" video to its YouTube channel in February 2018.
For more information, visit calibercollision.com
A federal judge in February declined to dismiss a $9 billion class action racketeering lawsuit against State Farm over the insurer’s alleged role in the election of an Illinois Supreme Court judge---setting the stage for the latest trial in a decade-long battle involving the insurer’s use of non-OEM parts.
When the insurance lobby can't get a bill to gain traction, it rewrites it and tries again and again, hoping that some form of it will pass.
On Wednesday, Feb. 21, Mike Anderson of Collision Advice hosted the first monthly webinar in “Learn to Research, Research to Learn,” a series of OEM webinars.