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EFG Named to Dallas Morning News’ ‘Top 100 Places to Work’ List

DALLAS — F&I product provider EFG Companies was named to the Dallas Morning News’ list of Top 100 Places to Work, marking the ninth national award the company has earned this year for excellence and customer service.“EFG’s awards and...

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Edmunds to Boost Workforce

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — announced last week it is adding 100 new employees. Company officials said the hiring spree is reflective of the industry’s record new-car sales pace.About 80 of the 100 job openings at Edmunds are within its “Tier...

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Larry H. Miller Management Corp. Announces Board of Directors

SANDY, Utah — Gail Miller, owner of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies, today announced the appointment of the organization’s new 12-member board of directors, which consists of family members, company officials and outside business executives.This...

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Benz’s challenge: Support 9 launches in ’16

Mercedes-Benz will increase its marketing budget for 2016 as it plans to launch nine new, redesigned or freshened products next year. But brand chief Steve Cannon says Mercedes will skip the Super Bowl. ... Read More »

Next-gen Leaf: More tech despite low sales

Determined to maintain a lead role in electric vehicles, Nissan is working on new technologies to make the next Leaf more appealing. ... Read More »

Honda finds marketing rhythm

Honda has turned to a massive marketing effort that uses music to attract the fleeting attention of millennial car-buyers. ... Read More »

VW’s aid for owners gets tepid response; ads pledge to ‘make things right’

Volkswagen of America's $1,000 gift card offer for 2.0-liter diesel owners was met with a mixed reaction last week. Today, VWoA began running ads in major U.S. newspapers declaring that "we're working to make things right." ... Read More »

L.A. spotlight will shine mostly on practical cars and crossovers

Automakers are leaving the drama to Hollywood. Instead of image-driven luxury models or topless boulevard cruisers, the big news at this week's Los Angeles Auto Show will be more mundane: Think Buick's LaCrosse or Hyundai's Elantra. ... Read More »

Toyota FJ Cruiser is scarce, hot and high-priced

Toyota sold about 20,000 FJ Cruisers a year on average and about 222,000 all told in the United States. Now that they're not made anymore, they're more popular than ever. ... Read More »

Tech puzzle: Just what features do drivers want?

Infotainment presents a delicate balancing act for automakers. They want to stand out from the pack with pioneering features without overly complicating things for motorists. ... Read More »
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