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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.
Here's a look back at some of the more memorable photos of executives from 2017.
Mike Jackson is right. The world is changing fast, but car dealers are not going to go away.
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.
AutoNation is sticking by its commitment to a one-price model on used-vehicle sales, even though the switch dragged down the retailer's used-vehicle margins in the second quarter.
A series of high-level executive departures at AutoNation -- highlighted by COO Bill Berman's abrupt departure last week -- has raised questions about the succession plan for CEO Mike Jackson, 68.
AutoNation's first-quarter net income rose 2.3 percent to $98.1 million on parts and service growth, while revenue inched up 0.4 percent to $5.14 billion.
It is very irresponsible of AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson to not give supportive facts of his positions when it comes to achieving a 55 mpg fuel consumption target, a reader writes.
AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson praised President Donald Trump for appointing “professional de-regulators,” but questioned Trump's ability to enact his agenda.
On topics from President Donald Trump to hybrid cars, AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson was his usual outspoken self at the NADA/J.D. Power Automotive Forum.
The head of America's biggest auto dealership group isn't sold on Tesla becoming the top U.S. automaker by market capitalization.
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