Recent News

AUL Names Scott Smith Operations Managers

NAPA, Calif. — F&I product provider AUL Corp. announced the promotion of Scott Smith to manager of operations. He replaces Jackie Mathews, who stepped back from her role as operations manager as she prepares for retirement, and will maintain his duties...

... Read More »

IT Professional to Present Five Technology Musts to Drive Sales

TIMONIUM, Md. — Information technology (IT) isn’t just a department to pay attention to when the computers aren’t working or there’s an issue with the servers at a dealership, or so Erik Nachbahr, president of Helion Automotive Technologies,...

... Read More »

Audi supplants Lexus in Consumer Reports’ 2016 report card on reliability, road tests

Audi, in the midst of a scandal over parent company Volkswagen AG's diesel engines, took the top spot in Consumer Reports' annual report card on brand reliability and performance. ... Read More »

BMW to revive 8 series in 2020, report says

It looks like we finally know what the 2013 BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupe concept was all about; Autocar reports that BMW will resurrect the 8 series, dormant since 1999, in four years. ... Read More »

Buick’s next-gen Regal to get bigger footprint

The next-generation Buick Regal sedan is likely to be longer than its predecessor but won't adopt the fastback styling of its corporate cousin, the Opel Insignia, according to new spy photos. ... Read More »

Sonic Q4 net rises 19% despite oversupply pressuring margins

Auto retailer Sonic Automotive's fourth-quarter net income rose 19 percent from the same quarter a year ago despite margin pressure on new vehicles, particularly in the luxury segment, because of oversupply, executives said. ... Read More »

ASUS Settles FTC Charges That Insecure Home Routers and “Cloud” Services Put Consumers’ Privacy At Risk

Taiwan-based computer hardware maker ASUSTeK Computer, Inc. has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that critical security flaws in its routers put the home networks of hundreds of thousands of consumers at risk. The administrative complaint also...

... Read More »

FTC Approves Final Order Prohibiting “Ultimeyes” Manufacturer from Making Deceptive Claims that the App Can Improve Users’ Vision

Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved a final consent order with Carrot Neurotechnologies, Inc. and its co-owners, requiring them to stop making deceptive claims that their “Ultimeyes” app can improve users’ vision. According...

... Read More »

Audi’s ballad for a teardrop

The latest spot to make our viral video rankings follows the tale of a lone hero bravely making its way in the world. The unlikely hero is a single teardrop. ... Read More »

Uber defends driver screening process in wake of 6 fatal Mich. shootings

Uber says there was nothing it could do to prevent six murders allegedly committed on Saturday by a company driver in Kalamazoo, Mich. ... Read More »
Page 912 of 1,608« First...102030...910911912913914...920930940...Last »