September 1, 2020 | It’s cleanup time inside UAW, It's still Day 1 for vehicle subscriptions, Leveraging digital advertising during pandemic for quicker recovery, Third annual Fixed Ops Journal Forum goes virtual, Beijing's uphill battle to boost EV sales, Nasdaq-like Star Board poised to become key finance platform, Virus outbreak upends ranks of EV startups, GM knows how to scale cost of big investment, Collaborations suggest that Sergio was right, Disaster planning needs to address EVs' limitations, Auto show plans highlight need to defeat virus, Digital auctions no substitute for in-lane, AutoNews Now: Why Calif. wants to end sales of new gasoline-powered cars, AutoNews Now: Ford plans 5 EVs for Oakville plant, AutoNews Now: Unifor goes quiet as Ford contract is set to expire, AutoNews Now: Geneva auto show may return in 2021, First Shift: Tesla's Musk: Lower battery costs will lead to 'compelling' $25K EV, First Shift: Ford, Unifor continue talks past strike deadline, First Shift: Canada said to offer Ford $380M to retool plant for EVs, First Shift: Unifor: ‘Miles apart’ on Ford contract; Farley: Talks 'going great', 'It's a silent disease': How one dealer is prioritizing mental health for employees, One dealer’s recipe for subscription success, Decisive dealers aid front-line workers during pandemic, Taking action, giving back: 3 stories from the pandemic, Why the pickup is the auto industry's 'battleground', Carlos Ghosn's quest to restore his reputation, Why Ford must execute to avoid 'deep trouble', Why Honda is 'locked and loaded' for 2020, FTI Consulting: Crisis as a catalyst for change, Google: 5 trends shaping the auto industry's approach to a new normal, IHS Markit: Automotive loyalty in the wake of the COVID-19 recession, IHS Markit: Autonomous vehicles: Automotive and transportation disruption, IHS Markit: COVID-19: The future mobility delusion, IHS Markit: The battery electric vehicle (BEV), Wells Fargo Auto: Switching gears from LIBOR to SOFR, Deloitte: Cyber everywhere: Preparing for automotive safety in the face of cyber threats, Facebook: The road to a zero-friction future, PayPal Credit: How consumer financing helps drive sales for online auto parts retailers.
Before joining the Express-News, Madison covered retail, small businesses and other topics at the Albany Times Union and worked on a project about Social Security disability benefits.
Yes, I'd like to receive email communications on editorial features, special offers, research and events and webinars from Automotive News.

Hamilton Honda becomes Lithia’s 16th dealership in New Jersey. That’s just not how you do any kind of business buyout. The firm sells some 30 brands of new domestic and imported vehicles, and all brands of used vehicles and trucks, through its stores and online. The DCH organization is an ideal fit with our existing team,” Lithia CEO Bryan DeBoer said when Lithia unveiled the deal in June.

Day Automotive, in Monroeville, Pa., sells Audi, Volkswagen, Chevrolet, Ford and Subaru vehicles, according to its website. How is GM going to build the fuel cell stacks for Nikola? Prestige owns additional dealerships that were not sold to Lithia, said buy-sell adviser Alan Haig, who represented Prestige in the transaction. "These are high volume, luxury stores nicely matching one of the most affluent areas in the country," said Lithia CEO Bryan DeBoer in a statement. 48207-2997, Automotive News "The main things are the costs that you have when you're a smaller group are higher than what we have.