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Mike Delgado is the editor of the Experian Global News Blog and can be reached at michael [dot] delgado [at] experian [dot] com. He is tweeting at: @MikeDelgado

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Experian Automotive: Midrange Cars are Top-Selling Seg...

Experian Automotive today announced that midrange cars were the highest-selling vehicle segment in the first half of 2012, according to its latest vehicle registration analysis. The analysis also showed that the Toyota Camry topped the list of best-selling vehicles for the first half, with the Ford F-150 coming in...

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Subprime Auto Loans in Q2 2012 Exceeded Prerecession L...

Experian Automotive today announced that loans to customers in the nonprime, subprime and deep-subprime risk tiers accounted for more than one in four new vehicle loans in Q2...

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Top 10 “Comfortable” Cities Buying the Most Sweats...

While the runways boast couture and fashions that you rarely see walking down the street, some of the top cities in the U.S. are keeping comfortable in their sweats. For the second year in a row, the nation’s top per capita consumer of sweats is Philadelphia, PA while New...

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Experian Marketing Services Pinpoints Rising Social Ne...

According to a new study by Experian Marketing Services, niche social networks significantly increased their market share of all visits to social sites, with Instagram and Pinterest leading the pack. The following graph illustrates the global growth between July 2011 and July 2012, based on share of visits to...

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Experian Automotive Market Trends Report Shows Recover...

According to the Experian Automotive industry market trends and loyalty report, Toyota finished third in overall corporate loyalty, with 45.7 percent of their customers who returned to market during Q1 2012 purchasing or leasing another Toyota vehicle. Toyota’s corporate loyalty ranking had dropped to 41.8 percent in Q2 2011,...

Read More Experian Automotive Market Trends Report Shows Recovery by Toyota and Honda
Experian Automotive to Provide National Motor Vehicle ...

Experian Automotive today announced that it will offer National Motor Vehicle Title Information Systems (NMVTIS) Reports to California auto dealers, enabling them to stay in compliance with new government...

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The Number of Older Vehicles on the Road Increased Mor...

 Experian Automotive today announced that there were 17.3 million more light-duty vehicles seven years and older on the road in the United States than there were three years ago. According to its Q1 2012 Vehicles in Operation (VIO) market analysis, Experian Automotive also found that there were more...

Read More The Number of Older Vehicles on the Road Increased More Than 17 Million Since 2009
Experian Marketing Services’ ChoiceScore Now Available...

Experian Marketing Services, a leading provider of data, analytics and marketing technologies, today announced an expanded relationship with Adrea Rubin Marketing, Inc., the life and health insurance marketing leader. This relationship makes Adrea Rubin Marketing a preferred provider of Experian Marketing Services’ ChoiceScore to the life and health insurance...

Read More Experian Marketing Services’ ChoiceScore Now Available Through Reseller Adrea Rubin Marketing
How Experian is Helping Consumers with Little to No Cr...

Did you know that there are 64 million people in the United States that have little or no traditional credit history? These people are typically referred to as underbanked or underserved consumers and Experian just announced Extended View Score that can help these consumers gain access to credit products...

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