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Ghosn Skips Bail, Escapes to Lebanon

Convinced he was framed for financial crimes in Japan, former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn somehow slipped past surveillance and fled to his home in Lebanon.

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Top 10 Fraud Stories of 2019

A number of U.S. auto dealers and dealership sales and F&I personnel were the victims or alleged perpetrators in several major fraud cases this year.

WSJ: SEC Probing BMW Sales Reports

The Wall Street Journal reports the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating accusations that BMW conspired with American dealers to inflate monthly sales reports.

Dealer Alleges Corruption, Saudi Ties in Nissan Lawsuit

Attorneys representing the Sage auto group say Nissan orchestrated the sale of two franchises to a dealer with ties to a Saudi businessman swept up in the Carlos Ghosn Scandal.

Police: Fla. Dealer Couple Faked 35 Sales Contracts

A Florida Highway Patrol investigation led to the arrests of husband and wife dealers accused of submitting at least 35 phantom RISCs for purchase by an auto finance company.

Digital-Driven Transparency Is the New Standard for Wholesale

Learn how the trend toward enhanced transparency and the tools that facilitate it will affect your used vehicle operation — today and in the future.

Carpenter to Replace Christian as Midwest RVP at Dent Wizard

Dent Wizard announced the promotion of Steve Carpenter to Midwest regional vice president, succeeding the retiring Dean Christian.

Manheim Express Integrates With Transportation Provider

Manheim announced the integration of the Ready Logistics vehicle transportation ordering platform with the auction provider’s flagship mobile app.

Impala Leads List of Discontinued U.S. Vehicles

The long, car-heavy list of vehicles set to depart the new vehicle market in 2020 includes the venerable Chevrolet Impala, which has been in noncontinuous production since 1957.

Report: Driver Assistance Systems Cause Distracted Driving

New research from AAA finds drivers who are experienced and comfortable with advanced driver assistance systems are nearly twice as likely to drive distracted.