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Mary Barra weighs in on harassment and tax reform issues | Auto Market Maintains, Consumers More Confident, and Large Vehicles Weaken | 4 reasons why auto retail won’t be disrupted anytime soon

On today’s CBT Newscast for Friday, December 15th, 2017:

Auto Market Maintains, Consumers More Confident, and Large Vehicles Weaken
Joe Gumm talks to Haig Stoddard the Senior Analyst at WardsAuto to discuss the WardsAuto forecast for November and how dealers around the U.S. performed for the month of November, as well as what stood out, what looked strong, who stood out, and who didn’t in the auto retail industry. Watch Now

Mary Barra weighs in on harassment and tax reform issues
In a press conference given at the Automotive Press Association reception Monday, GM’s CEO Mary Barra addressed several topics, including sexual harassment in the workplace. USA Today says that GM is committed to creating a “harassment-free” workplace. “It’s unacceptable to not have a policy against sexual harassment.” Barra also said she opposes the Trump Administration’s proposal to repeal the $7,500 Federal tax credit for consumers who buy or lease all-electric vehicles. Watch Now

4 reasons why auto retail won’t be disrupted anytime soon
For every ten article written about what company or what device, tool, or car will eventually disrupt the auto industry, there’s at least one very intelligent article that debunks the hype. That would include a recent Forbes article titled, “When will disruption happen in the auto industry?” Read More

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