FINDING LOTS OF FUN ON THE SOCIAL SCENEApril 2
A great time to be in auto retailingApril 2
Sure, U.S. vehicle sales may have plateaued. But business is still booming for many franchised auto dealers, who came to the annual convention eager to celebrate the last year's successes and get educated and motivated for the year ahead. Retailers also took time to network and shop on the show floor.
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China's GAC draws solid dealer interestMarch 24
Although the booth for Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. was tucked away in a corner of the expo, a steady stream of visitors showed up to kick the tires of its vehicles and learn more about its recruitment of U.S. dealers for a retail launch next year.
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John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo, Google's self-driving car project, said Saturday the company has "a lot of confidence" its own self-driving vehicle technology could have detected the pedestrian who was struck and killed earlier this month by a self-driving Uber in Tempe, Ariz.