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Ed Morse Automotive Group acquires four dealerships in Missouri

The Ed Morse Automotive Group is continuing to expand, announcing last week that it has broken into the Missouri market with the acquisition of four dealerships. The dealerships, which were purchased from the Lindsay Auto Group and Fairground Auto Group, will be named Ed Morse Chevrolet, Ed Morse Ford, Ed Morse Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, […]
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Sonic Automotive reports record first quarter revenues and earnings per share

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-- Sonic Automotive, Inc. (“Sonic” or the “Company”) (NYSE:SAH), one of the nation’s largest automotive retailers, today reported financial results for the first quarter...

Will the dealership acquisition market remain hot for the rest of 2021? Erin Kerrigan, Kerrigan Advisors

The automotive buy/sell market has been busier than ever. Today on CBT News, host Jim Fitzpatrick is joined by Erin Kerrigan, Founder and Managing...

California to set their own stringent climate limits on cars, EPA says

Just 19 months after the Trump administration revoked California’s ability to set emissions standards that are stricter than the rest of the nation, it’s...

What motivated The Suburban Collection to make the decision to sell to Lithia? – George Karolis, The Presidio Group

As first reported by CBT News, Lithia Motors has acquired Michigan's Suburban Collection. This transaction marks one of the largest dealership acquisitions in the...

Breaking: Cheryl Miller resigns after short tenure as CFO of JM Family

Cheryl Miller, former CEO of AutoNation, has resigned from her position as CFO of JM Family Enterprises. Miller only spent three months in the...

AutoNation planning to acquire 11 stores from Peacock Automotive

America’s largest automotive retailer, AutoNation Inc., is growing once again after it signed an agreement to acquire 11 stores and a collision center from...

Ford CEO Jim Farley jabs Tesla for FSD testing

Tesla might have led the way with battery electric technology, but Ford isn't going to take the fight lying down. With the release of...
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