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The auto industry can slash pollution and fatalities through production of electric and autonomous vehicles, said AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson.
AutoNation expects to save as much as $100 million in 2018 because of the tax overhaul. It will use much of its savings to invest in employee training and benefits.
AutoNation's Mike Jackson will help to set U.S. interest rates as chair of the Atlanta Fed's board, a term that began Jan. 1.
AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson has been named chair of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's board for a one-year term beginning Jan. 1.
AutoNation Inc. and the Orlando Sports Foundation presented a $3.3 million check to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation at the AutoNation Cure Bowl on Dec. 16.
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Mike Jackson is right. The world is changing fast, but car dealers are not going to go away.
The auto industry has its share of CEOs and CFOs and COOs. Soon, there will be a CWO — at least in spirit. That's W as in Waymo.
Where do vanishing new-vehicle profits, a slumping market and an uncertain retail future leave AutoNation? CEO Mike Jackson says he's been preparing for years and likes the company's odds.
Mike Jackson, CEO of AutoNation and one of the industry's most influential leaders, will speak at the Automotive News World Congress in January.
Waymo's mission to develop a fully autonomous vehicle, without a human backup, was a significant draw for AutoNation.
AutoNation is partnering with Waymo, Google's self-driving car affiliate. For starters, the retailer will service vehicles in Phoenix and northern California.
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