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Edmunds.com: Used Sales Up for Franchised Dealers, Down Overall

Used-car sales are down for the first half of the year, but not within the franchise and CPO segments, Edmunds.com reveals.

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Compli and Swan Island Networks Partner for Cyber Security Awareness

Compli and Swan Island Networks integrate Cybero and Complí Portfolio technology for a comprehensive suite of SaaS solutions.

DealerELITE Recognizes Digital Air Strike for Innovation

DealerELITE includes Digital Air Strike in its Top 10 list of Most Interesting and Innovative Auto Companies of 2013.

UPDATED: Edmunds Files Lawsuit Against Company Posting “Fake Reviews”

Edmunds filed a lawsuit against an online reputation management company for allegedly posting “fake reviews” to the automotive information website on behalf of 25 dealers nationwide.

Check the Stubs

Fraudulent paystubs are a serious threat to your dealership and the trust you’ve built with your finance companies. Special finance guru warns that such incidents are on the rise, and customers aren’t the only guilty parties.

NAC Partners With Vehicle Tech Maker on New CRM App

Designed by Directed, the new consumer app is cloud-linked and includes dynamic marketing tools aimed at driving a better connection between dealers and their customers.

Yugo Importer Awarded $2 Million in Damages, Reuters Reports

According to Reuters, auto entrepreneur Malcolm Bricklin was awarded $2 million in damages after a former employee of his V Cars LLC illegally brought luxury vehicles into the U.S. market from China.

CAR-Research XRM Helps Auto Dealers Sell UnSold Customers

CAR-Research XRM’s new Showroom WatchDog takes advantage of the company’s U.S.-based call center to help dealers target unsold customers.

Dealertrack Release F&I Menu for iPad

Dealers selected to test the new F&I sales solution realize $740 increase in average aftermarket revenue per vehicle, the technology firm claims.

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The CFPB Puts Debt Collectors on Notice

The CFPB is now taking consumer complaints regarding debt collectors. The bureau also warned firms they will be held accountable for unlawful debt-collection activities.