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CarMax says Q3 net income rose 22% to $130 million

CarMax, the largest used-car seller in the United States, said net income surged 22 percent in its third fiscal quarter as easier credit boosted vehicle sales.  » READ
 

Dealertrack expands beyond U.S. with acquisition of German software provider

 

Smartphone app Zubie adds automotive retail and service perks

 

AutoTrader.com joins rivals in offering dealership reviews

 

Panelists to focus on retail trends

 

Ford deploys kiosks to push F-150

 

Dealers

 

Mazda executives zoom, zoom past dealers

 

Urban-living trend a chance to branch out and up

 

For Murphy, building up charity is the next move

 

GM dealers take on more loaners

 

FTC launches second crackdown on auto dealer advertising

 

GM offers fix on small-car ignitions to prevent stuck keys

 

Janet Barnard named president of Manheim North America

 

DriveTime names Manheim, low-end vehicle auction as exclusive remarketers

 

High salesperson turnover getting worse, study finds

 

Creative pairing: 2 dealers innovate as partners

 

Toyota parts delivery scores with dealers

 

Dealers

 

Dealerships grapple with regulations allowing service dogs

 

GM replacing keys on 2014-15 trucks to prevent ignition shutoff

 

AutoNation sales up 6% in November

 

Dealers offer better hours, but still see high sales turnover, NADA study finds

 

Light trucks, holiday discounts drive volume up 5%

 

Mini store wants customers singing its praises

 

Black Friday deals could siphon some auto sales from December

 

Group 1 snaps up 3 more dealerships in the UK

 

GM recalls more than 300,000 SUVs, sedans for headlamps that go dark

 

Buy-sells skyrocket, in dollars and deals

 

Dealers

 

Hendrick's new academy grows talent from within

 

Not in Kansas anymore

 

One-stop tool helps techs complete Toyota repairs

 

Hendrick aims to keep legacies rolling

 

A voice for dealers, business in West Virginia Senate

 

DARCARS' new leadership regroups to grow in U.S., beyond

 

Chrysler says airbag recall to start earlier than planned

 

Discounts, falling gas prices driving Nov. sales higher

 

Dealer's vintage car auction packs 'em in

 

Cardinale group makeover flexes digital muscle

 

Structural damage or fender bender?

 

Next phase of multiplatform sales? Hold your horses

 

Study slams CFPB's proxy methodology

 

Toyota to recall 422,000 Lexus vehicles in U.S. due to fuel leak

 

More car buyers are OK with dealer texting, survey says

 

Technology training can help close a sale, AutoTrader.com says

 

NADA sees 2015 U.S. sales nearing 17 million vehicles

 

Financial openness can beat the lowest pricing, dealer says

 

Toyota sees fuel cell car, priced at $57,500, gaining traction in small steps

 

Manheim stocks used cars for Sonic