North Point Hospitality Group, Inc., an Atlanta based hotel development and operations company, announced the groundbreaking of its newest hotel project, ...
Upscale hotel has undergone $12 million renovation.
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When consumers exhibit courage — I am inspired. When corporations stretch their technological boundaries — I rejoice. When a single voice is heard above the din of the background — …
CEO Mike Jackson put the big Internet shopping sites on notice last week: AutoNation is building Web products that will slash the number of leads the group's 229 stores get from AutoTrader, Cars.com, TrueCar and others.
Auto dealers are scrambling to buy new stores despite record high dealership values. They figure the earlier they can buy before the next downturn, the sooner they'll earn profits and pay down acquisition costs.
Sales thawed out in March and early April after the frigid winter, and auto executives at the auto show in New York City were optimistic about the rest of the year. They see growing consumer confidence and strong demand for pickups and crossovers.
A projected increase in the supply of used vehicles will be good news for U.S. dealers who have been battling a lingering effect of the recession.
Scion is rolling out a pilot program that will allow vehicle owners to use other Toyota models as short-term loaners.
I enjoyed the stories about the Ford Mustang in the April 14 issue.
Dealers featured this week include Mohinder Singh of Carlsbad Volvo in Carlsbad, Calif.; Bruce, Todd and Amie Bennett of Bruce Bennett Nissan in Wilton, Conn., Tommy Smith, left, and Dustin Tyson of Riverside Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram in New Bern, N.C.
Fallout from Russia's annexation of the Crimea region of Ukraine already is affecting the auto industry in Europe.
Warren Henry Auto Group hired an outside staffing agency to handle the 55 to 65 hourly employees who work in its detail shop and as porters.
Citing his company's 4 percent sales gain in March and a "decent start" for sales in April, General Motors President Dan Ammann said the company's ignition switch recall has had no "measurable impact" on sales.
The Franchize Consultants’ April 2014 Franchising Confidence Index demonstrates a further increase in a general trend towards improved confidence across overall sector growth drivers.
Safety watchdogs at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and Consumer Reports magazine had an outsize effect on the cars unveiled at the New York auto show last week.