Dana Corp. had planned to donate its show floor space for the upcoming Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress in Detroit to several minority-owned suppliers, but the downturn in vehicle sales has forced those companies to bow out of the plan. Dana was going to pay $60,000 for its 4,000-sq.-ft. of prime space on the show floor, and each of the minority suppliers would have paid about $20,000 to $30,000 to have booths at the Dana space. “The suppliers were very happy that we made ...
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