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Ford hires exec who helped build up Buick in China

A former GM sales and marketing executive, Joseph Liu, has joined Ford's China unit -- a move ex-colleagues of the auto industry veteran describe as a big gain for Ford. ... Read More »

Service Group’s F&I Analytics Tool is Patent Pending

AUSTIN, Texas — Service Group, an F&I income development company, has announced that its SG Forensix analytics tool is now patent pending with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.SG Forensix is a web-based platform that uses proprietary technology to...

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Compliance, CFPB to Take Center Stage at Industry Summit

LAS VEGAS — Compliance will take center stage at Industry Summit 2015, with the event’s program featuring five sessions — three workshops and two panels — that will provide an update on the industry’s campaign against regulatory overreach,...

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Lexus’ lights; Mazda’s baby carriage

This week's newest top viral videos feature will.i.am and a trio of Lexus NXs. ... Read More »

Former Ford purchasing exec Jean Mayer dies at 61

Jean Mayer, who rose through the ranks at Ford Motor Co. to become a global purchasing executive, died Aug. 5. She was 61. ... Read More »

Tesla VP of service takes leave of absence

Jerome Guillen, Tesla Motors Inc.'s vice president of worldwide service and deliveries, has taken a leave of absence until the end of the year. Tesla's service skills may be tested in the coming months. ... Read More »

GM fund rejects 5 ignition-switch injury claims

Five of the six remaining injury claims in General Motors' compensation fund for victims of its faulty ignition switches were rejected since the fund's last update on Aug. 7. ... Read More »

Hyundai hires Subaru veteran Evans to fill top U.S. marketing post

Dean Evans, who managed the feel-good advertising at Subaru from 2011 to 2014 and pushed the automaker to concentrate more strongly on digital marketing, has been hired by Hyundai as its U.S. marketing chief. ... Read More »

Infiniti engine making isn’t a job, it’s a craft

Workers at Infiniti's east Tennessee powertrain plant take a page from Japan's takumi craftsmen and learn how to build engines by hand. ... Read More »

GM: New ‘no-bid’ strategy catches on with suppliers

For General Motors' suppliers, no-bid contracts have become the norm rather than the exception, now that GM has rolled out a new parts-buying program that forgoes traditional bidding. ... Read More »
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