AutoCanada names Mark Warsaba to No. 2 role following president's resignation
AutoCanada appointed Mark Warsaba as its new COO just days after the company's president, Thomas Orysiuk, resigned.
Dealers featured this week include Kent Stevinson, president of Stevinson Toyota East in Aurora, Colo.; and Ron Theis, dealer principal of University Honda in Corvallis, Ore.
Ford plans regional incentives for dealers
Dianne Craig, who has taken over as Ford's director of US sales amid rising incentives and cooling demand, expects to find answers to her challenges in the marketplace, not Dearborn.
Buy-sell activity poised to rebound
Buy-sell advisors expect activity to rebound this year as more sellers come to market and bring a realistic price expectation with them.
Bernie Moreno's unexpected U-turn
Bernie Moreno once had visions of owning 100 dealerships. But frustration with factory performance targets has prompted a store selloff and a focus on select brands.
Moreno has his own 'Roger and Me' tale
In 1982, a teenage Bernie Moreno wrote to then-General Motors CEO Roger Smith with some advice. Smith's three-page reply influenced Moreno's car career.
Dealer Dave Wright: 'It’s all about the team'
In this Q&A, Dave Wright, owner of a Nissan-Subaru dealership near Cedar Rapids, Iowa, talks about growing a small dealership, competing against large groups for acquisitions and winning Automotive News' Best Dealerships To Work For award five times.
Mercedes says recall won't hurt U.S. sales
Mercedes-Benz's recall of 1 million vehicles for fire risk -- including some new 2017 vehicles -- shouldn't hurt the brand's U.S. sales, the automaker says.
AutoCanada President Orysiuk resigns
Thomas Orysiuk resigned as president and director at AutoCanada, the country's largest publicly traded dealership group. CEO Steven Landry will assume the role of president.
Buick, Lexus return to top spots in service satisfaction scorecard
Buick and Lexus regained their familiar top rankings in J.D. Power's latest scorecard of satisfaction with dealership service departments, helping the U.S. industry improve for a second straight year.
Sage Automotive to pay $3.6 million to settle FTC charges
Sage Automotive and its owners agreed to settle federal charges that the dealership group used deceptive and unfair sales and financing practices.