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9,000 Companies Left California Since 2008

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9,000 Companies Left California Since 2008

Post by Lobo on Sun 07 Aug 2016, 3:13 pm

9,000 Companies Left California Since 2008
Submitted by IWB, on August 7th, 2016

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At least 9,000 companies have left California from 2008 to 2015, according to the 378 page study by Spectrum Location Solutions titled,California’s Forty Year Legacy of Hostility to Business.
Joseph Vranich, president of site selection consultants Spectrum Location Solutions (VLS) in Irvine, found that roughly 9,000 California companies moved their headquarters or diverted projects to out-of-state locations in the last seven years due to the Golden State’s “hostile” business environment. 
Vranich reports that the bitter negative perceptions of California for business began during Jerry Brown’s first chaotic two terms as California Governor from 1975 to 1983. Things got so bad that the Governor instructed his aides in 1977 to begin wearing “California Means Business” buttons.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Brown tried to convince reporters on a late 1970s junket to Japan that “Our economic climate is very good.” He added, “I think this is dissipating a good deal of the political rhetoric surrounding the business-climate talk.”
VLS points out that despite the growing anti-business environment, California’s economy grew for the next three decades due to wonderful scenery and climate, a workforce with technical expertise, and trade access to Asian nations.
But since the start of the Great Recession and accelerating after Brown’s election as governor in 2009, a mass exodus of businesses from the not-so-Golden State to more “friendly” locations like Texas and Nevada occurred.
Vranich told the Dallas Business Journal that companies that are leaving California to escape escalating costs and regulations can move to Texas or Nevada that have no income tax and high relative purchasing power. According to Vranich, “I even wonder if some kind of ‘business migration history’ has been made.”
VLS estimates that many former California companies that moved to more business friendly locals have experienced “astonishing” operating cost savings of 20 up to 35 percent.
http://investmentwatchblog.com/9000-companies-left-california-since-2008/
http://www.breitbart.com/california/2016/08/06/9000-companies-left-california-since-2008/
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Re: 9,000 Companies Left California Since 2008

Post by Neno on Sun 07 Aug 2016, 4:16 pm

And what we Texans have experienced is "Standing OnLine" and "Traffic" nearly everywhere and almost 24/7. Also now experiencing higher values and taxes like never before.

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Post by Lobo on Sun 07 Aug 2016, 4:21 pm

ok crazy no
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Post by Neno on Sun 07 Aug 2016, 5:54 pm

Damm Yankees!   Lol


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