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Thousands of vehicles burned in fatal blast at China port

Thousands of vehicles made by at least four automakers were destroyed by a fiery factory explosion in the Chinese city of Tianjin, Chinese media reported. About 50 deaths and 700 injuries were reported. ... Read More »

After ripping Ford, Trump says other automakers building in Mexico are next

Donald Trump told a Detroit newspaper that he plans to broaden his recent criticism of Ford to include other automakers that are expanding production in Mexico instead of the U.S. ... Read More »

FTC Issues Statement of Principles Regarding Enforcement of FTC Act as a Competition Statute

Frames Agency’s Use of ‘Stand Alone’ Section 5 Authority to Address Unfair Methods of Competition The Federal Trade Commission has issued a Statement of Enforcement Principles that describes the underlying antitrust principles that guide the Commission’s...

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“Melanoma Detection” App Sellers Barred from Making Deceptive Health Claims

FTC Charged Mole Detective Sellers with False Advertising Earlier this Year The final defendant remaining in a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit challenging false or unsubstantiated claims for a set of purported “melanoma detection” apps is barred from making...

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FTC Issues Statement of Principles Regarding Enforcement of FTC Act as a Competition Statute

Frames Agency’s Use of ‘Stand Alone’ Section 5 Authority to Address Unfair Methods of Competition The Federal Trade Commission has issued a Statement of Enforcement Principles that describes the underlying antitrust principles that guide the Commission’s...

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“Melanoma Detection” App Sellers Barred from Making Deceptive Health Claims

FTC Charged Mole Detective Sellers with False Advertising Earlier this Year The final defendant remaining in a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit challenging false or unsubstantiated claims for a set of purported “melanoma detection” apps is barred from making...

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FTC Closes Antitrust Case Against Dealers, TrueCar Says

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — It’s case closed for a federal investigation into whether dealers refusing to do business with TrueCar in 2011 and 2012 violated antitrust laws, according to a regulatory report filed by the car-shopping site Wednesday.Four years...

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Dodge pitchman cruises into Detroit for a wild ride

'Fast N' Loud' star Richard Rawlings was a featured guest Wednesday night during the Roadkill Nights 'Powered by Dodge' event outside of the Pontiac Silverdome in suburban Detroit. ... Read More »

U.S. dealership throughput poised for new record in ’15, study says

The average number of new-vehicle sales per dealership in the U.S. is trending toward another record in 2015 at a projected 945 units per store based on an annualized U.S. sales rate of 17. ... Read More »

TrueCar says it considers U.S. antitrust probe to be closed

U.S. antitrust enforcers have closed an investigation into whether auto dealers ganged up against shopping website TrueCar Inc in 2011 and 2012 in order to raise prices, TrueCar said in a securities filing today. ... Read More »
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