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Hot dog! Wieners hit road again

Oscar Mayer briefly sidelined its 300-hp frankfurters in the spring, but their tours resumed after the company decided it needed to give Americans a source of amusement now more than ever.

NADA's next CEO to face new hurdles in 2021

Mike Stanton, 52, said his main goal will be to "further unlock the greatness" of NADA's 160 employees and 16,000-plus dealer members.

Toyota dealer profitability nears record

Bob Carter, head of sales for Toyota and Lexus in North America, said dealer profitability in the U.S. is up 32 percent year-over-year on higher transaction prices and strong retail demand, while production is almost back to pre-COVID levels.

As Magna holds strong, it sizes up the future

Outgoing CEO Don Walker and incoming chief Swamy Kotagiri agree: The key will be treading carefully into the future.

Nissan execs Judy Wheeler, David Kershaw swap roles

The automaker is moving to fine-tune some of its top U.S. roles as it battles a grueling year.