A robust recovery of vehicle sales may not been seen anytime soon as long as unemployment remains high.
Management consultant Russell J. White says culture clash can sabotage best-laid merger plans.
David Adams said he is proud of the Invest in America program’s progress; NCUF tabbed IIA for Wegner award this week.
Sales figures show some members may be waiting it out over the next few months, paying down debt.
With 115,000 new jobs and Chrysler’s $7.5 billion recent loan repayment to the government, the White House is encouraged by the auto industry’s comeback.
CU Solution Group’s auto lending alliance with Invest in America and General Motors has yielded 130,098 loans from nearly 300,000 members.
The latest forecasts for new auto loan originations at credit unions appear to be positive but with some caveats.
Among the federal government’s most controversial actions during the Great Recession was the rescue of the automobile industry.
Total vehicle sales started 2011 off the same way 2010 ended: in a slow but steady upward trend, according to NAFCU.
You're likely to see auto lending pick up in 2011. Many of those loans will be for practical rather than high-end vehicles.