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Profits up, sales down at Ferrari

Ferrari has announced financial results for the first half of 2014, revealing record revenues and profit. For the six months ended on June 30, Ferrari recorded revenues of 1,348.6 million euro (up 14.5%) and trading profit reached 185 million euro (up 5.2%). Net income increased by almost 10% to 127.6 million euro too. A total of 3,631 cars were delivered globally - 3.6% fewer than in the same per

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July 2014: the end of the road for return on sales growth - ASE

ASE July14Profitability consultants ASE confirm that the average UK motor dealership profit is down to £3,800 for July, compared with the £6,400 profit achieved in July 2013.

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Jennings Motor Group add Mitsubishi in Middlesbrough

Jenning MitsuJennings Motor Group has added a Mitsubishi franchise to its Cargo Fleet Lane  site in Middlesbrough.

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Pinewood gains Microsoft approval

Pinewood logoDMS supplier Pinewood has gained multiple Microsoft Partner competencies as part of its commitment to delivering the highest quality solutions

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What Car? announces used car of the year award winners

whatcarWhat Car? has announced the winners of its Used Car of the Year awards.

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Manheim hosts £4m Volkswagen Group sale

manheim logoManheim achieved a 94% conversion rate at a £4million sale on behalf of Volkswagen Group.

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de Gaudemont to head Mahle's European aftermarket business

gaudemont mahleMahle Aftermarket has appointed Nicolas de Gaudemont (pictured) as the new head of the European aftermarket business.

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Macau hotel makes world's biggest Rolls-Royce fleet order

hong kong phantomA Macau hotel has ordered the world's largest fleet of Rolls-Royce Phantom models.

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Ford reveals all-new S-MAX

smaxFord has unveiled its all-new S-MAX people carrier ahead of its world debut at next month's Paris Motor Show.

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