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Ford to move autonomous, EV business units to Detroit

Ford is relocating its autonomous and electric vehicle units to Detroit from nearby Dearborn, Mich., with the new operation slated to be up and running early next year.

TrueCar, California Dealers Association settle lawsuit

TrueCar agreed to change parts of its business model, including its billing, to settle litigation brought by the California New Car Dealers Association.

Breakthrough claimed in remote, electronic signature on auto finance contract

Technology provider RouteOne, in a venture with Toyota Financial Services, says it has successfully processed the industry's first remotely captured, electronic customer signature on a finance contract arranged through a dealership.

Alabama dealership cited for safety violations after 3 employee deaths

U.S. federal safety regulators proposed penalizing an Alabama dealership $152,099 following an investigation into a flash fire that killed three employees and critically injured two more.

Hyundai ad firm buys Kia's longtime U.S. agency

Seoul-based advertising agency group Innocean has bought independent creative agency David and Goliath, a deal that unites two companies known for their work with South Korean automakers.