10 red-hot growth companies for 2014
The economy may be slowing, but these 10 companies are posting big growth in sales and profits -- and experts expect them to keep up the pace through 2014.
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So get past the car salesman dig and look at the car and the company.
No help from the feds, developed their own technology, and made a great car.
Now compare that to the Fisker and let me know what that idiots in Washington were thinking.
BTW the sedan is as fast in the quarter mile as a corvette. Instant electric torque. It is also comfortable and looks great.
Oh yes GREAT call Obama network!!! They are going bankrupt after stealing our tax dollars for supporting the worthless thing we have in the oval office.
They build $hit!
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