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Company Overview of Edmunds.com, Inc.
Edmunds.com, Inc. operates an online consumer car review site. Its Website offers research, shopping, and buying tools for new and used cars. It enables users to compare new cars and find a dealer; and provides tips and advice, dealer ratings and reviews, car videos and forums, and other information. The company provides information for SUVs, sedans, trucks, minivans, coupes, wagons, luxury cars, hybrid/electric cars, crossovers, hatchbacks, and diesel cars. It also helps automakers, dealers, and other service providers for the lead referrals. The company was formerly known as Edmund Publications Corp. and changed its name to Edmunds.com, Inc. in May 1999. The company was founded in 1966 and...
1620 26th Street
Suite 400 South
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Founded in 1966
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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Edmunds.com, Inc. Key Developments
Edmunds.com, Inc. Provides U.S. Vehicle Sales Guidance for the Month of February 2015
Feb 26 15
Edmunds.com provided U.S. vehicle sales guidance for the month of February 2015. The company forecasts that 1,285,019 new cars and trucks will be sold in the U.S. in February 2015 for an estimated Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate (SAAR) of 16.6 million. The projected sales will be an 11.8% increase from January 2015, and a 7.9% increase from February 2014.
Edmunds.com and Carfax Partner to Help Dealers Sell More Cars
Dec 28 13
Edmunds.com and Carfax announced a new agreement that enables dealers and manufacturers to include Carfax Vehicle History Reports for used cars listed on Edmunds.com. Starting in early 2014, dealers who use Carfax can provide potential buyers with free access to Carfax Reports for their cars listed on Edmunds.com.
Edmunds.com Reaches Settlement with Online Reputation Management Company
Aug 29 13
Edmunds.com reached a settlement with an online reputation management company that Edmunds accused of submitting fake car dealer ratings and reviews on the site. The settlement comes at a time when consumers increasingly seek out and relyon. Internet reviews and other forms of crowd sourcing to find the best businesses. In a lawsuit a month ago, Edmunds accused Humankind Design Ltd. of registering nearly 2,200 fake member accounts on Edmunds' website to post positive but bogus ratings and reviews about 25 dealerships in an attempt to influence consumers' opinions. That was a breach of the membership agreement.
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