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F&I experts weigh using cameras to drive compliance

The industry is transitioning from passive to active by leveraging new technologies to ramp up compliance, said Doug Fusco, CEO…

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Analysis: U.S. labor secretary likely to investigate gig employers like Uber

Labor Secretary Marty Walsh. (AP) WASHINGTON — U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh‘s move this week to block a rule making it…

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Ford recalls nearly 617,000 Explorers to inspect, secure roof rail covers

WASHINGTON — Ford Motor Co. is recalling nearly 617,00 Explorers in the United States at the request of regulators because…

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Junkyard Gem: 1997 Lexus LS 400

When Toyota introduced the Celsior to the world in 1989, followed shortly by Lexus LS 400-badged versions appearing in showrooms…

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Musk boosts his brand on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Many had wondered how Musk would handle himself during a live comedy show. The answer was that he, and the…

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FCA employee-discount scheme a mystery

Naylor called the store and FCA to alert them of her discovery. She doesn’t know which salesperson had her information,…

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GM manages to keep pickup lines, profits rolling

DETROIT — The microchip shortage has taken a bigger toll on General Motors’ production plans than on Ford Motor Co.’s.…

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Supply chain woes just won’t stop mounting

David Dauch, CEO of driveline supplier American Axle & Manufacturing Inc., acknowledged that it seemed to many people that the…

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Larry Van Tuyl back in dealership game

He expects to close on additional acquisitions this year, he said. “I don’t know if that’ll be 10 deals or…

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Cars keep getting pricier and the commodity boom makes it worse

Cars are back in vogue courtesy of the pandemic. They’re also getting more expensive, thanks in part to surging commodity…

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