The Big Three U.S. auto makers – DaimlerChrysler Corp., Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp. – unite to create a standardized, Web-based format for communicating with their dealers. A spokesman for an auto dealer accounting and consulting firm says the new standard will allow dealers to improve the effectiveness of their operations, but says the Web-based format will expose dealers to computer security risks. “An essential part of planning for implementation of these new standards ...
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