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Cox Automotive’s O’Neil to Retire in February

Cox Automotive’s O’Neil to Retire in February

The tech firm confirmed this week reports that COO Mark O’Neil plans to retire this February. He’ll depart almost four years after Cox’s acquisition of Dealertrack, a company he led as CEO for about 14 years.

September 25, 2018

Transparency Wave Rolling Into F&I

Transparency Wave Rolling Into F&I

Digital retailing invaded the Las Vegas Convention Center in late March for NADA 2018, but its arrival did little to bring clarity to F&I’s cloudy future.

May 7, 2018

The Digital Evangelist

The Digital Evangelist

Cox Automotive’s Mark O’Neil talks to the editor about MakeMyDeal’s future, digital retailing, and the fate of the F&I office.

June 9, 2017

Cox Automotive to Buy Dealertrack for $4 Billion

The software giants are currently forming an integration team to determine how the combined companies will be organized once the deal closes in the third quarter. A company official said Cox had identified Dealertrack as an acquisition target last year.

June 16, 2015

Transforming Automotive Retail

Transforming Automotive Retail

Dealertrack’s Raj Sundaram says the industry is in the midst of major change. He believes the company’s acquisition of Dealer.com puts the firm in the perfect position to respond.

April 7, 2014

To Catch a Customer

To Catch a Customer

Optimists at the NADA and the AFSA conferences believe the industry is primed to sell a million more vehicles this year than in 2012. But as one dealer rep said, it’s going to take a unified effort to make that prediction a reality.

April 16, 2013

Updating F&I

Updating F&I

Connecting F&I to the digital world was the talk at the annual dealer and lender conventions last month, and opinions varied on what the F&I office of the future will look like.

March 13, 2012

DMS Arena Heats Up

DMS Arena Heats Up

Companies that went through Reynolds’ integration and certification program say the technology company upheld its promise to integrate third-party software companies, some even saying the debate over data access was more fervor than substance.

April 1, 2010

Downturn Opens Door for Technology

Despite the prospect of losing dealer customers, software makers see a silver lining in today’s economic downturn. In fact, some providers believe the recession will be the vehicle to the industry’s digital future.

May 1, 2009