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Jim Yates, a co-founder of vehicle inspection and software company Alliance Inspection Management, retired from his role as CEO effective immediately.
One auction will soon no longer have vehicles enter its building during auctions.
ACV's expansion to eight additional markets shows that, despite the collapse of Beepi, there are still other startups seeking to find a niche in the remarketing world.
Auto auction safety should not be a proprietary issue, a competitive issue or an economic issue — it's an industry responsibility.
It is inappropriate to chastise the NAAA and any of its members that serve the national dealer base with a high regard for safety and integrity, a reader writes.
A deluge of lightly-used cars in the US is good news for independent dealers, auto auction houses and car buyers. Not so much for automakers.
The deaths of four people, with eight more hospitalized, at Lynnway Auto Auction outside Boston should be a wake-up call to the industry.
ADESA parent KAR's first-quarter net income and revenue both rose 14 percent, driven in large part by a surge in income at its auctions. Acquisitions also pushed the results up.
A 50-year-old Massachusetts man died Wednesday as a result of injuries sustained during last week's deadly crash at an auto auction near Boston.
The man who drove the Jeep that struck several people in last week's deadly Massachusetts auction crash had a suspended driver's license, according to local reports.
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Three people were killed at a Massachusetts auto auction Wednesday in what police believe to be an accidental crash.
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