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Florida-based AutoNation is planning to transform a vacant building in Spokane Valley into a new car dealership.
Mike Jackson is stepping down after almost two decades leading AutoNation, the largest dealership chain in the U.S.
Auto prices in the United States will rise “dramatically” if the Trump administration imposes tariffs, AutoNation Chairman and CEO Mike Jackson said Wednesday.
According to permits issued by the city, the AutoNation Honda dealership is building a $3.5 million, 2,200-square-foot addition at its current location at 8201 E. Sprague Ave.
Idaho Central Credit Union will build a $8.6 million building in Coeur d’Alene, according to permits issued by the city.
H. Wayne Huizenga, a college dropout who built a business empire that included Blockbuster Entertainment, AutoNation and three professional sports franchises, has died. He was 80.
Used-car buyers want no-haggle prices and a brand they can trust, AutoNation’s research shows. So the country’s largest auto retailer on Friday rolled out a “one price” strategy and a new concept used-car and service store to address those concerns, making the announcement with its third-quarter earnings report.
The CEO of the country’s largest auto dealership chain put on a Seattle Seahawks ballcap Friday morning. About 230 of his company employees shouted approval. Mike Jackson, the chief executive of AutoNation Inc., came to Spokane Valley to celebrate the reopening of the chain’s Toyota-Scion dealership, at 8600 E. Sprague Ave.
On April 1, 2005, AutoNation Inc. changed the vacation policy for its Spokane and Washington workers. The result was that more than 500 workers statewide were denied at least one week, and in some cases three weeks, of earned vacation dating from 2004 to spring 2005. Four years and a long legal battle later, the nation’s largest vehicle dealer is paying legal fees and lost wages totaling $2.6 million.
On April 1, 2005, AutoNation Inc. changed the vacation policy for its Spokane and Washington workers. The result was that more than 500 workers statewide were denied at least one week, and in some cases three weeks, of earned vacation dating from 2004 to spring 2005.