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First Shift Morning Newscast
First Shift: Nissan embarks on EV push, retail overhaul
First Shift: Nissan embarks on EV push, retail overhaul
Nissan EV push, retail overhaul; Ghosn's 'irreversible' quest; VW Canada settlement; Chrysler, Lexus win in Texas; Barra among 'Greatest Leaders'; Hyundai showcases NFL prospects.... more 
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Automotive News TV Afternoon Newscast
AutoNews Now: 54 years of Mustang mania
AutoNews Now: 54 years of Mustang mania
54 years of Mustang mania; As buyers go big, auto loans go long; Wells Fargo fined $1B; Porsche exec arrested; No deal at GM Korea; Job cuts at Nissan, Opel?... more 
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Dealer Headlines
Texas' Reagor Dykes group climbs used-car ranks
Reagor Dykes Auto Group, a budding powerhouse on Automotive News' list of the top 100 dealership groups in used retail sales, sells well beyond its west Texas base.... more 
Car dealers competing with brands in auto subscription business
Some dealers are offering subscription programs to ensure they remain relevant as automakers also experiment with the business model.... more 
Nissan wants 9,000 stories renovated worldwide in next 5 years
Nissan envisions renovating 9,000 of its 10,000 worldwide dealerships over the next five years.... more 
Dealer anniversaries
Dealers featured this week include Larry Gambrel, dealer principal of Gambrel Toyota in Corbin, Ky.; Greg Murray, president of Murray's Ford-Lincoln in DuBois, Pa.; Robert Frankel, dealer principal of Frankel Acura in Cockeysville, Md.... more 
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Automotive News Current Issue Articles
Texas' Reagor Dykes group climbs used-car ranks
Reagor Dykes Auto Group, a budding powerhouse on Automotive News' list of the top 100 dealership groups in used retail sales, sells well beyond its west Texas base.... more 
Car dealers competing with brands in auto subscription business
Some dealers are offering subscription programs to ensure they remain relevant as automakers also experiment with the business model.... more 
Infiniti plots more local production in China
Infiniti wants to triple its sales in China in five years by ramping up local production of five new nameplates.... more 
Nissan wants 9,000 stories renovated worldwide in next 5 years
Nissan envisions renovating 9,000 of its 10,000 worldwide dealerships over the next five years.... more 
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Mobility Report
Car dealers can help shape their own self-driving future
The autonomous future is indisputably coming to the automotive industry, but it is up to dealers to decide how that impacts the future of the dealership.... more 
Self-driving cars hitting red lights
Federal and state officials, once eager advocates of self-driving cars, now are pumping the brakes and demanding greater accountability and information that auto and tech companies may not be willing to provide.... more 
Quick Shift: Uber dodges driver privacy lawsuit
The driver argued the program reduced his income, but failed to convince the judge it violated the relevant laws he cited.... more 
Quick Shift: Tesla's workplace practices under investigation
California's Division of Occupational Health and Safety said Wednesday it was investigating the automaker over allegations of workplace hazards and misreporting injuries.... more 
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Finance and Insurance News
Washington angles to check CFPB's power
Congressional efforts to limit the CFPB's power are moving in parallel with similar efforts by its leader.... more 
Truck craze, tech stretch purse strings, auto loans
Americans' love of pricey pickups, crossovers and SUVs is stretching their wallets, leading lenders to bend over backward to keep monthly payments affordable.... more 
Wells Fargo fined $1 billion for auto loan, mortgage abuse
The settlement with the CFPB cites Wells Fargo's practice of forcing auto insurance on some customers who took out loans to buy new vehicles. Wells Fargo also will "remediate harmed consumers," the bureau said.... more 
Tim Russi to leave Ally Financial
Tim Russi, the Ally Financial auto finance president who led many digital initiatives and helped expand the lender's dealership reach, is leaving the post, effective immediately.... more 
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Fixed Operations News
Nissan's repair ninjas help dealership techs solve tough problems
As part of a new program called "Fixed Right First Time," Nissan has created what it calls its Last Line Defense Team.... more 
Questions Dealers Must Be Asking Their Fixed Ops Managers
Learn how to correct fixed ops department problems. FREE... more 
NADA exhibits for the dealership service department
A look at new fixed ops products and software that made their debut at last month's National Automobile Dealers Association show in Las Vegas... more 
Keeping Saabs on road with original parts, service
Saab may be dead, but it has loyal fans who strive to keep their cars in pristine condition. Orio North America is keeping those aging cars on the road with original equipment parts and a network of official service centers.... more 
Supreme Court ruling exempts service advisers from overtime pay requirements
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling that exempts service advisers from overtime pay requirements may be limited by tougher state laws and congressional action, lawyers say.... more 
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Used Vehicles News
Used-car auction onboard the USS Midway
It was all hands on deck for an auction of used Lexus and Toyota vehicles on the retired aircraft carrier USS Midway.... more 
Physical used-car auctions have an online role
Online auctions will continue to make inroads, but physical sites remain a necessity, a study prepared for the National Auto Auction Association found.... more 
Used-car retailer Shift partners with Cox's Manheim
Shift Technologies, an online used-car retailer, is partnering with Manheim for services such as vehicle storage, reconditioning, imaging and inspections.... more 
Small cars, big interest -- for now
Used small cars drew lots of buyers at auctions March 16-23, pushing prices up the most in two years, as used-car dealers loaded up ahead of tax season.... more 
Auction group guidelines target safety in the lanes
The National Auto Auction Association's new safety guidelines are aimed in part at preventing dealership employees from distracting drivers in the lanes.... more 
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