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Today's News- July 30, 2014

KBB in the News

 

Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com, AutoTrader.com to host inaugural automotive sales day conference call on Friday August 1

 

Forbes: Automotive investment advice- 10 rules for classic car collectors

 

Fortune: Is Mazda ready to go zoom-zoom?

 

Business Insider: Three things Tesla must deliver for the Model 3 to succeed

 

Benzinga.com: Overseas automakers scored well with consumers during World Cup

 

KFWB News Talk 980 Los Angeles, Calif: KBB.com’s Micah Muzio on buying and owning used vehicles

 

 

Top News

 

Toyota is top automaker in first half of 2014; GM slips to 3rd

 

Toyota remains at top in sales after first half

 

VW closes gap on Toyota’s global sales lead

 

Toyota clings to global sales lead over Volkswagen

 

GM smacked with new lawsuit alleging 29 deaths

 

GM sued over deaths, injuries linked to ignition switch

 

Small cars struggle in latest round of IIHS crash tests

 

Small cars fare poorly in crash tests

 

 

OEM/Vehicle News

 

Fiat quarterly profit misses estimates on Americas drop

 

Fiat reports fall in Q2 profit

 

Hyundai recalls 883,000 Sonata sedans to repair transmission-shift cable

 

Ford's 'Queen of Innovation' helps shape F-150

 

Cadillac counting on new product to reverse slump

 

 

Industry/Dealer News

 

New VP of digital services named at Manheim

 

Electric car batteries pass latest crash tests

 


International Automotive News

 

Driverless cars get green light for road testing in Britain

 

Hyundai Motor Group unions vow to strike in August over wages

 

Peugeot reports first profit in three years on cost cuts

 

 

Ad/Media/Marketing News

 

BMW stokes in-game Gran Turismo interaction

 

Elon Musk battles Montgomery Burns in ‘Simpsons’ Episode

 

Twitter on solid ground to continue growth after World Cup

 

Over 98% of online publishers taking ‘data-driven, programmatic’ approach to audience building

 

Future of advertising: Report finds 22% of marketers believe all online ads will be native

 

 

 


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