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Panelists to focus on retail trends

Three experts with rich backgrounds in auto retailing will discuss the convergence of trends and what they mean for the future during next month's Automotive News World Congress in Detroit.  » READ

Why I won't be at the conference


Robertson to speak at congress


UAW's King clings to hope for VW victory


Buyers want to click, and kick, the tires


AutoNation CEO Jackson: Dealer lots are too full


Akerson: Hectic days, proud moments


Scrapping cycle points to 2 years of strong sales


Supplier sees a path to 54.5 mpg without EVs


Ford COO expects millennials to fuel era of auto growth


Marketers agree: Digital now runs the show


Subaru wants dealers to boost service capacity


Toyota aims for bulletproof fuel cell tech


Volvo CEO is eager to bring China-built vehicles to America


BorgWarner trophies awarded to Indy 500 winner Tony Kanaan, team owners Jimmy Vasser and Kevin Kalkhoven


Akerson reflects on his beginning, tenure and legacy at GM


VW, Daimler brave European downturn to offer top shareholder value


Facebook exec says network has untapped potential to influence car shoppers


54.5 mpg possible with today's technology, JCI executive says


GM's Ammann upbeat on Opel, product portfolio and transaction prices


UAW members will 'overwhelmingly' back dues hike, King says


New approach to collaboration needed for auto innovation, panel says


Manheim, AutoTrader leader says transparency 'makes everybody a winner'


Pent-up demand just starting, expect 17 million sales in 2015, says Citi analyst


Subaru on track for 500,000 U.S. sales by 2016, says Doll


Toyota wants a bulletproof fuel-cell entry


Ford's Fields: 'Automotive has all of the excitement of Silicon Valley'


Ford wins 4th straight Polk award for most-loyal customers


'Digital first' is now automaker marketing execs' mantra


AutoNation's Jackson warns of excessive inventory levels in 2014


Volvos made in China to come to U.S. 'fairly quickly,' says CEO