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AutoNation Inc (AN.N)

AN.N on New York Stock Exchange

53.36USD
18 Sep 2020
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Thu, Jul 23 2020

UPDATE 1-AutoNation profit jumps on lower expenses, gain in Vroom investment

July 23 U.S. auto dealer chain AutoNation Inc reported a nearly three-fold rise in quarterly profit on Thursday due to lower expenses and a one-time gain on its investment in online used-car retailer Vroom.

AutoNation profit jumps on lower expenses, gain on Vroom investment

July 23 U.S. auto dealer chain AutoNation Inc on Thursday reported a nearly three-fold rise in quarterly profit due to lower expenses and a one-time gain on its investment in online used-car retailer Vroom.

UPDATE 2-AutoNation chief sees recovery after first-quarter net loss

May 11 AutoNation Inc Chief Executive Mike Jackson said a recovery in consumer demand for cars and trucks has begun as states emerge from coronavirus quarantine orders, and shares of the No. 1 U.S. auto retailing chain rose after the company outperformed expectations for a tough first quarter.

AutoNation swings to loss after gloomy March sales

May 11 AutoNation Inc, the largest U.S. auto dealership chain, swung to a quarterly loss on Monday, following a massive sales slump in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide stay-at-home orders.

AutoNation returning $77 million in U.S. payroll assistance coronavirus relief loans

WASHINGTON AutoNation Inc , the largest U.S. auto dealership chain, said on Friday it will return $77 million it received in forgivable loans from the U.S. Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) meant to help struggling small businesses and employees during the coronavirus outbreak.

AutoNation returning $77 mln in U.S. payroll assistance coronavirus relief loans

WASHINGTON, April 24 AutoNation Inc, the largest U.S. auto dealership chain, said on Friday it will return $77 million it received in forgivable loans from the U.S. Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) meant to help struggling small businesses and employees during the coronavirus outbreak.

UPDATE 2-AutoNation CEO Cheryl Miller on leave for health reasons

April 13 AutoNation Inc, the largest U.S. auto dealership chain, said on Monday Chief Executive Officer Cheryl Miller has been granted a leave of absence for health reasons.

BRIEF-Autonation Says On April 12, Board Granted Request Of Cheryl Miller, CEO And President, For Leave Of Absence For Health Reasons - SEC Filing

* AUTONATION INC SAYS ON APRIL 12, BOARD GRANTED REQUEST OF CHERYL MILLER, CEO AND PRESIDENT, FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR HEALTH REASONS - SEC FILING

AutoNation CEO Cheryl Miller on leave for health reasons

April 13 AutoNation Inc, the largest U.S. auto dealership chain, said on Monday Chief Executive Officer Cheryl Miller has been granted a leave of absence for health reasons.

UPDATE 1-AutoNation car sales crash, nearly 30% staff furloughed

April 3 AutoNation Inc said on Friday sales of new and used vehicles halved in the last two weeks of March due to global coronavirus-led lockdowns, forcing the company to place about 7,000 employees on unpaid leave.

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