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KTM Renews Consumer Financing Program with GE Money

GE Money, the consumer lending unit of General Electric Company, and powersports vehicle manufacturer KTM North America Inc. announced Monday a multi-year extension of their consumer financing agreement, which was originally established in 2002.

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Polaris Reports a 2Q Decline Sales and Income

Polaris Industries Inc. today reported net income of $17.5 million for the second quarter ended June 30, 2009, down from the $24.4 million reported in the year-ago period.

GE Money Launches Web-Based Business Center Portal

GE Money’s Sales Finance division, a provider of consumer financing programs, launched Wednesday its new Web-based portal, the Business Center, to help dealerships with sales, marketing, operations and training.

GE Money Launches Web-Based Business Center Portal

GE Money’s Sales Finance division launched Wednesday its new Web-based portal, the Business Center, to help dealerships with sales, marketing, operations and training.

Survival Mode: New Solutions for Staying in Business

With all the bad news floating around, crawling into a hole really doesn’t sound like a bad idea these days. However, that’s not what businesses do. And it’s clear by some of the more positive news out there that industries aren’t ready to throw in the towel.

The Ties That Bind: Tightening Advances Choke Sales

OK, so I need to ditch the tie and suit. At least that’s what Deanne Kornacki told me after one of the workshops at our Powersports F&I Conference in September.