Federal Trade Commission
Get up close, personal with that TV ad's fine printApril 10
Sage Automotive to pay $3.6 million to settle FTC chargesMarch 14
First Shift: Trump's gift to Detroit?March 15
First Shift: GM's Q4 earnings, margins slipFeb. 7
FTC sued over sale of certified used carsFeb. 7
The Center for Auto Safety and five other groups filed a lawsuit against the Federal Trade Commission for allowing used cars to be advertised as "certified" or safe despite being the target of an outstanding safety recall.
VW's lost, destroyed phones justify more scrutiny, FTC saysDec. 9, 2016
The Federal Trade Commission is seeking to further question VW Group's U.S. officials about whether evidence including mobile phones was destroyed amid the probe of diesel vehicles rigged to cheat emissions tests.
Bullying doesn't attract auto jobs. Customers doNov. 12, 2016
The incoming administration's desire to bring more auto manufacturing jobs to the U.S. might lead it to a hard discovery: Trade negotiators have never been particularly good at building auto factories.
Industry can't turn global tide, so it has a choice to makeNov. 12, 2016
The relentless pursuit of order and efficiency on a global scale has left a good deal of chaos in its wakthat e. But no matter the voters' verdict, the industry can't really afford to turn back. now. After all, it has billions of dollars in investments and fixed assets deployed to suit this world order.
FTC adds seven revisions to Used Car RuleNov. 10, 2016
FTC charges Sage Auto Group with deceptive, unfair sales and financingSept. 29, 2016
Dallas dealership group fined for violating 2014 FTC consent orderAug. 18, 2016
Southwest Kia, which operates three dealerships in the Dallas area, will pay an $85,000 penalty to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission that it violated a 2014 consent order that prohibited it from deceptive advertising, the agency said.
Dealership group nailed again on ad chargesAug. 22, 2016
In 2014, Southwest Kia, which operates three dealerships in the Dallas area, signed a consent order with the Federal Trade Commission, promising to halt what the agency said was deceptive advertising. Within months, the dealership group was back at it, the FTC says.