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Dealerships that apply for recognition as one of the 100 Best Dealerships To Work For are graded on a very steep curve.
It's time for cellphone makers such as Apple to take action to reduce the distracted driving, and deaths, that their products cause.
CarMax's net income rose 12 percent in its fiscal second quarter as the largest used-vehicle retailer in the U.S. saw only a "modest" loss of sales from Hurricane Harvey.
A new survey found franchised dealers don't worry much about credit availability for themselves or their customers, in contrast to their independent-dealer rivals.
KAR Auction Services plans a new $80 million headquarters two miles south of its current headquarters in Carmel, Ind.
Penske Automotive Group has acquired an additional 5.5 percent interest in Penske Truck Leasing from subsidiaries of GE Capital Global Holdings.
Hurricane Harvey did something for the auto industry that record profits failed to do: Make Wall Street happy.
Auto retailer Group 1 says 98 percent of its more than 15,000 vehicles in the Houston and Beaumont, Texas, area survived Hurricane Harvey.
Ford Credit's decision to use nontraditional approaches in assessing consumers means the industry needs to reconsider what it now considers traditional.
Customers are generally pleased with the service lounge. But import and domestic luxury brands are split on offering loaners or pickup services, a survey found.
Declining used-vehicle prices bludgeoned second-quarter profits at Hertz and Avis Budget. Here's what they're doing about it.
KAR Auction Services' second-quarter net profile fell 7.4 percent on a debt-restructuring charge, even as revenue grew.
Denso said its net income surged 66 percent in its fiscal first quarter as the supplier's revenue rose 6.6 percent on higher vehicle output in its major markets.
Aisin Seiki's net fell in the quarter ended June 30, compared with the year-earlier period when the supplier's earnings were inflated by a special item.
Vehicle subscription services are emerging as a new slice of the car-sharing market, and industry leaders are still trying to figure out which model will work best.
Major retailers are rethinking the value of glitzy flagship stores. Should automakers follow suit?
Levels of negative equity vary by brand. So do buyers' actions when they discover that they owe more on their trade-in than it's worth, an informal survey found.
Could Amazon decide to buy a dealership group or two to cover all automotive brands? It certainly has the cash.
Two of every five consumers surveyed didn't know whether they could schedule service work online. Of those who knew, only about a third have ever done so.
Penske Automotive Group has raised its dividend by a penny -- again -- to 31 cents a share.
Asbury Automotive has gone outside the auto industry to fill its vacant CFO post.
Higher production volumes lifted Denso and Aisin Seiki to higher profits in the fiscal year just ended despite currency headwinds, the two Japanese parts suppliers said.
Early first-quarter data show that lenders aren't as full-throttle on auto loans as before. It behooves F&I managers to keep close tabs on who's pulling back.
Customers are willing to be flexible about when they come in for service, DealerRater survey finds.
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