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Consumers Prefer Brands With 'Social Good Campaigns,' KBB Says

Consumers not only prefer to buy from brands with social good campaigns, they expect auto manufactures to carry them out. According to a KBB survey, 64% of respondents expect automakers to carry out social good campaigns. An even larger percentage, 70%, would like to see more automakers promote social good campaigns.

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Goebel, Ziegler to Headline Dealer Summit

Organizers of Dealer Summit announced that Greg Goebel and Jim Ziegler will speak at the 2016 event, which will be held May 3–5 at the Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk Hotel.

The Torchbearer

There’s only one rule employees of Davis-Moore Automotive follow, and it propelled the 60-year-old operation to the magazine’s F&I Dealer of the Year award.

Volkswagen Plans to Fix Emissions-Rigged Vehicles

Volkswagen AG plans to refit all 11 million vehicles involved in the emissions-rigging scandal. It also announced significant changes to its top leadership, while dealers await answers.

AutoStar Solutions Shares Top Credit Reporting Mistakes

AutoStar's Richard Hudson shares the five most common mistakes dealers and lenders make when notified of a credit reporting dispute.

Holman Group Acquires Audi Willow Grove

Holman Automotive Group has acquired Audi Willow Grove in Willow Grove, Pa. The outlet becomes the second Audi dealership under the Holman brand.

Cox Automotive Woman of the Year Named at NADA Convention

Michelle Prim, managing partner of Cascade Auto Group, was named the Cox Automotive Woman of the Year at this year's NADA Convention & Expo.

A1 Software Announces Mobile Focused CRM

A1 Software Group launched a new CRM called Selly, a mobile-focused system designed for small- to medium-sized dealerships.

Dealers Listed as Victims of Advertiser’s Money Laundering Scheme, The Advocate Reports

According to a report from The Advocate, Raymond Christopher Reggie, former brother-in-law to U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy, is charged with six counts of money laundering. In his scheme, two Louisiana car dealers lost a combined total of $1.1 million.

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MILES to Go

After reading the CFPB’s consent order against U.S. Bank and its nonbanking partner, the magazine’s legal insider concludes the bureau is one heck of a negotiator.