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Industry Summit 2017: Cox Automotive Exec to Delve Into F&I’s Future

DALLAS — Is F&I dead? That’s the question Cox Automotive executive Jason Barrie will address at Industry Summit 2017, which is scheduled for Sept. 11–14 at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center, organizers announced this week.To...

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Alpha Warranty Introduces Summit Protection Ancillary Product Line

SALT LAKE CITY — F&I product provider Alpha Warranty Services released a new ancillary offering, Summit Protection. It includes the ElevateCare five-in-one bundle, and standalone tire-and-wheel protection and key/remote replacement.ElevateCare is a 5-in-1...

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Tesla steps up auto service as Model 3 debut nears

Tesla said it is expanding its auto service centers and adding 350 mobile service vans as it gears up to support its Model 3 sedan. ... Read More »

U.S. says 2.7 million additional Takata inflators to be recalled

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said new testing is prompting Takata to declare 2.7 million airbag inflators defective in Ford, Nissan and Mazda vehicles built from 2012 to 2015. ... Read More »

Detroit auto show extends contract at Cobo Center through 2025

Cobo Center has locked in the Detroit auto show for the next eight years. The two parties signed a contract that will keep the auto show at the Detroit riverfront event space through 2025. ... Read More »

Experian Adds ‘Text for Credit’ Financing Option

COSTA MESA, Calif. — Global information services provider Experian unveiled “Text for Credit,” a new solution designed to allow consumers, including car buyers, to initiate and complete the credit application process within minutes with a simple...

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Paint Companies Settle FTC Charges That They Misled Consumers; Claimed Products Are Emission- and VOC-free and Safe for Babies and other Sensitive Populations

Orders require companies to show paint emits no harmful chemicals at the time paint is applied when making unqualified zero-emission/zero-VOC Claims Four paint companies have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they deceptively promoted products...

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FTC Action: Light Bulb and Cleaning Product Merchants Banned from Telemarketing Office Supplies

Defendants Billed Small Businesses and Nonprofits for Unwanted Merchandise The Federal Trade Commission has obtained court orders against two Maryland-based office supply operations charged with tricking small businesses, non-profit organizations, and other consumers...

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Federal Trade Commission Approves Appointment of Monitor in Pay-for-Delay Case against Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc.

The Federal Trade Commission has approved the appointment of Quantic Regulatory Services, LLC as monitor in its case alleging that Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. violated antitrust laws by using pay-for-delay settlements to block consumers’ access to lower-cost generic...

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FTC Action: Light Bulb and Cleaning Product Merchants Banned from Telemarketing Office Supplies

Defendants Billed Small Businesses and Nonprofits for Unwanted Merchandise The Federal Trade Commission has obtained court orders against two Maryland-based office supply operations charged with tricking small businesses, non-profit organizations, and other consumers...

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