Cadillac, with eye on future, plots bigger Europe footprintMarch 27
Used vehicles drive down new-vehicle salesMarch 22
J.D. Power hot for acquisitionsMarch 22
Dave Habiger, J.D. Power's new CEO, is tech expert and car guyMarch 21
Buick, Infiniti nab top spots in J.D. Power service satisfaction studyMarch 15
February U.S. sales forecast to fall as incentives dipFeb. 27
U.S. new-vehicle sales are expected to fall this month as the market continues to cool and automakers dial back on incentives. Forecasts call for sales to drop between about 2 and 4 percent year over year from February 2017. Automakers will release February sales figures on Thursday.
Dent-and-ding products added to Power portfolioFeb. 5
J.D. Power surveys a changing landscapeFeb. 3
J.D. Power's 2016 sale to Chinese firm shrouded in mystery, report saysJan. 31
Understanding key to individualizationDec. 25, 2017
Build fast, fix later: Speed hurts quality at Tesla, some workers sayNov. 29, 2017
After Tesla's Model S sedans and Model X crossovers roll off the company's assembly line, the electric vehicles usually make another stop -- for repairs, nine current and former employees have told Reuters.
Finbarr O'Neill to retire as CEO of J.D. Power; search for successor underwayOct. 11, 2017
Finbarr O'Neill plans to retire as CEO of JD Power in March 2018. Power's board has hired an executive search firm to help identify a successor for O'Neill, 65, who previously led Hyundai Motor America, Mitsubishi North America and Reynolds & Reynolds.