Lithia adds 5 stores, looks to buy moreAug. 14
Lithia expands into new marketsMay 8
Acquisitions fuel 1st-quarter revenue gains for LithiaApril 24
Lithia net jumps 26% in Q1 on strong sales by all departmentsApril 19
Lithia wants FCA storesFeb. 20
Lithia posts 7.5% increase in Q4 net incomeFeb. 15
CEO expects Lithia to maintain growth paceFeb. 6
First Shift: Lithia growth hope; Sonic dream teamJan. 27
Lithia CEO: Growth will keep paceJan. 26
After acquiring 18 stores last year, Lithia Motors CEO Bryan DeBoer said the dealership group plans to grow at the same pace in 2017. "There's a fair amount of supply of available deals right now, so prices have, to some extent, subsided," he said at the Automotive News Retail Forum on Thursday.
DeBoer, Sewell in retail forum lineupDec. 12, 2016
Bryan DeBoerNov. 28, 2016
Hard choices for public retailersOct. 31, 2016
Several public auto-retailer CEOs noted, in remarks following third-quarter earnings releases, the difficulty of balancing volume against profit amid sometimes unrealistic stair-step incentive targets set by automakers. Relief, a few said, may be coming in the form of production cuts which will reduce inventories.