Tina joined ABRN after serving as an associate editor for a group of agricultural business and biotechnology trade publications in Northeast Ohio. While there, she wrote about the people, businesses, and trends shaping those industries, many times traveling to research her articles. Before entering the business-publishing industry, she was a reporter for the daily newspaper covering Columbus, Ohio, and the surrounding regions. She has also reported for a suburban Cleveland daily newspaper and for several weekly newspapers in Northeast Ohio. A graduate of Kent State University, Tina holds a bachelor of science degree in journalism and mass communication and a bachelor of arts degree in theater studies. She is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Society of Business Press Editors.
The top two executives at Sterling Autobody Centers resigned in early October, but Allstate Spokesman Bill Mellander says that Jon McNeill and Shaun Starbuck, Sterling?s CEO and CFO, respectively, left because their entrepreneurial spirits lead them
The OEMs have provided repairers with the long-awaited service information, but some technicians are saying they still aren?t finding what they?re looking for?and in some cases, it?s hurting cycle time and their business.
An Illinois County Court has granted class action status to a lawsuit accusing an insurance company of acting inappropriately because of its continued recommendation of non-OEM generic crash parts in vehicle repair.
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