Cars.Com

Cars.com is a website which was launched in June 1998. It is the second largest automotive classified site, second to only Autotrader.com. It is a division of Classified Ventures, which is in turn a joint venture by major media companies including the Gannett Company, the McClatchy Company, the Graham Holdings Company, the Tribune Company, and A.H. Belo. Its headquarters are located in Chicago, Illinois. The editor-in-chief is Patrick Olsen and the President is Mitch Golub.A 2003 Library Journal survey of automobile-related websites described cars.com as "the most complete car sales megasite", noting staff-written reviews that "are signed, dated, detailed, and richly illustrated".
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  • Openings and New Hires at Invoca, StructuredWeb, NeighborhoodX

    … has joined Cars.com as the company’s Chief Legal Officer. Rogers most recently served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Orbitz Worldwide. *** Looking for a new job? Here are some openings! Factual is in need of a demand manager to focus on Agency and Strategic Accounts.. NASCAR is looking for a manager of digital revenue operations…

    Geoff Michener/ Street Fight- 13 readers -
  • Gannett Papers Evolve to Avoid Becoming Publishing’s ‘Buggy Whips’

    … users a whole lot more of what they want when they want it, but without throwing out and maybe even reinvigorating the First Amendment mission of company founder Frank Gannett. The third part is to improve the print versions of the too-often lackluster 81 community dailies in the U.S. and 17 in the U.K — which still have 3.1 million subscribers…

    Tom Grubisich/ Street Fight- 9 readers -
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