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Marc Stepp, head of UAW’s Chrysler department in rocky 1970s, dies at 93

Marc Stepp, who as head of the UAW's Chrysler department negotiated steep cuts in pay and other benefits for thousands of factory workers as the ailing automaker teetered near bankruptcy and angled for a historic U.S. ... Read More »

Reynolds and Reynolds Releases LAW Kentucky F&I Library

DAYTON, Ohio — The Reynolds and Reynolds Company has released a comprehensive catalog of standardized, legally reviewed F&I documents for automobile dealers in the state of Kentucky titled "Reynolds LAW Kentucky F&I Library."The Reynolds LAW Kentucky...

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NADA Announces New Senior Vice President of Dealership Operations

TYSONS, Va. — The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) announced that it has found its new senior vice president of dealership operations: Peter L. Fong. Fong expressed that one of his key areas of interest will be to accelerate the process...

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General Motors Appoints New Director of Dealer Development

DETROIT — General Motors named Mark Rainey director of dealer development. In this role, he will be responsible for the growth of minority and female dealers within the automaker's U.S.-based Chevrolet, Buick-GMC and Cadillac dealer networks, according to...

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SNAAC Makes Greater Cincinnati’s ‘Top Workplaces of 2016’ List

CINCINNATI — Security National Automotive Acceptance Co. (SNAAC), which purchases and services retail finance contracts from dealers, was selected as one of Greater Cincinnati’s Top Workplaces of 2016.The Top Workplaces are selected based on an employee...

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LHM Dealerships Acquires Three Stores in Denver Area

DENVER — Larry H. Miller Dealerships (LHM Dealerships) announced today the acquisition of three stores in Colorado with the purchase of Cherry Creek Dodge, Colorado Chrysler Jeep in Aurora and Fiat of Denver.According to officials, LHM Dealerships will retain...

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Japanese woman sues Takata, Nissan over airbag injuries

A Japanese women has filed a negligence suit against Takata and Nissan after she sustained injuries when a passenger-side airbag made by Takata exploded in her Nissan vehicle last year. ... Read More »

Infiniti considers offering highway self-driving on new models

Infiniti is considering rolling out highway self-driving capabilities for most new models, its president said today, potentially overtaking German rivals in a race to offer autonomous driving. ... Read More »

FTC Testifies before House Judiciary Subcommittee Regarding International Competition Policy and Enforcement

Promotion of Sound Antitrust Principles Benefits U.S. Businesses and Consumers, Agency Notes In testimony presented to the U.S. House Judiciary Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law, the Federal Trade Commission outlined its perspectives...

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Hyundai chairman’s son ventures into luxury with Genesis brand

Hyundai Chairman Chung Mong Koo proved the South Korean automaker can build reliable, value-for-money cars by beating Toyota and Volkswagen in benchmark U.S. quality surveys. His son now wants to show Hyundai can be synonymous with luxury, too. ... Read More »