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Cadillac Becomes Separate Business Unit

General Motors has announced a strategic realignment that will establish Cadillac as a separate business unit. In addition, the new Cadillac organization will expand to New York with a new global headquarters opening in 2015.

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Average Incentives Rise, Domestics Curb Spending

Incentive growth was at its lowest point in March since last September, but the NADA Used Car Guide noted that the automakers that decreased spending were the ones that scored sales increases for the month.

Group 1 Acquires Three Texas Dealerships

Group1 Automotive acquired BMW, MINI and Cadillac dealerships in Arlington, Texas, from Moritz Dealerships.

GM, Capital One Extend Partnership, Launch Rewards Card

Capital One, Mastercard and General Motors are extending their relationship with the launch of the new GM Card, which offers rewards consumers can use toward the purchase or lease of a new Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac vehicle.

Honda, Acura Take Top Prizes at ALG Canadian Residual Value Awards

Honda and Acura were the big winners, but the Cadillac ATS made big gains in ALG's Canadian Residual Value Awards.

Cadillac CTS Earns Top Spot on Total Car Score’s Top 10 American Cars

Total Car Score ranks best domestic cars to celebrate Fourth of July; Detroit rebound evident in results.

GM, Wells Fargo Launch Auto Finance Partnership

General Motors Co. and Wells Fargo & Co. announced a long-term partnership to offer financing to Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac dealers and retail customers in GM’s West marketing region.

Luxury Sales to Remain Solid, Forbes Insights Predicts

A study by Forbes Insights revealed that the company anticipates luxury auto sales to stay strong into the foreseeable future.

Group 1 Buys GM Dealer, Opens VW and Fiat Stores

Group 1 announced the acquisition of David Taylor Cadillac Buick GMC in Houston, and opens up a FIAT and two Volkswagen dealerships in California and Texas.

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Kbb.com Names Top Manufacturers With Best Total Cost of Ownership

Kbb.com lists Audi, Lexus and Cadillac as the top luxury brands, while Kia, Hyundai and Honda dominated among all non-luxury brands for lowest average total ownership costs.