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Tesla dinged by Consumer Reports for not implementing safety feature

Tesla vehicles have dropped in Consumer Reports' ratings because the automaker failed to implement a safety feature that was expected to come standard.

Acura's split-screen personality has purpose

Acura's new ad campaign, called “What a Ride,” has a practical goal: The visuals are shot vertically so they are easily transferable to mobile ad platforms.

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O'Reilly dump gets customer feedback

Just 10 days after advertisers -- led by prominent automakers -- began pulling advertising from Bill O'Reilly's TV show in the midst of a sexual harassment controversy, the Fox News host was ousted last week after more than 20 years on the network.

Porsche uses 'soft cell' approach to win sales

Porsche is expanding its global dealership network with a showroom format that abandons normal markers of corporate identity for a "soft cell" approach. The first store has just opened in Germany, with others to follow in China, the U.S. and the Middle East.

YouTube restores terminated dealership accounts

YouTube restored dealership accounts that were mistakenly terminated in the last several days. The Google-owned company had sent emails to at least eight dealerships informing them that their accounts were suspended for repeated or severe violations of community guidelines.