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Maryann joins Kidder Peabody as an automotive securities analyst; becoming the first woman to follow the automotive industry.
Maryann becomes the first woman to win Institutional Investor’s Top Analyst recognition. She held that title for twelve years.
Maryann joins Paine Webber as the firm’s top automotive analyst.
Maryann joins MIT’s International Motor Vehicle Program as an adviser and participant.
Fortune Magazine Names Maryann “The Media Star of Wall Street”
THE MEDIA STAR OF WALL STREET: Auto analyst Maryann Keller is lively, gregarious, and quotable. She also has a firm grasp of the industry’s nuts..Read more
Maryann Publishes “Rude Awakening.” Her book wins the coveted Eccles Prize shortly after.
She Speaks, and Detroit Listens: Maryann Keller, a highly respected auto industry analyst, takes GM to the woodshed in her new book. JAMES RISEN |..Read more
Maryann joins the Committee on Fuel Economy of Automobiles and Light Trucks (aka CAFE Committee). President Clinton increases fuel standards.
Maryann publishes “Collision: GM, Toyota, and Volkswagen and the Race to own the 21st century.”
Maryann is appointed Chairperson of the Society of Automotive Analysts.
She serves until her financial industry retirement in 1999.
Maryann leads the first IPO of an auto retailer; Cross Country Auto Retailers. She later advises Penske(UAG), Lithia, and Asbury on their IPOs.
DaimlerChrysler announce merger… Maryann writes “Why DaimlerChrysler might not work”
Why DaimlerChrysler might not work, by Maryann Keller June 1, 1998, Automotive Industries The Daimler-Benz takeover of Chrysler has been heralded as a logical business..Read more
Maryann join Priceline.com as President of it’s Auto Division.
Maryann receives Women’s Automotive Association International Professional Achievement Award.
Maryann is appointed to the Boards of Dollar Thrifty and Lithia Motors…
The appointments to Dollar Thrifty and Lithia marked Maryann’s first appointment to a public company’s Board of Directors – a position that would not be..Read more
Maryann launches Maryann Keller & Associates.
Maryann introduces the idea of a used car pricing index. Tom Webb, Manheim’s Chief Economist, executes the idea and invents the Manheim’s Used Vehicle Value Index.
Maryann becomes the lead expert in the Delphi bankruptcy restructuring.
PBS’ FRONTLINE produces documentary on Maryann.
Maryann and Ken author the Consumer Benefits of the Dealer Franchise System; the first comprehensive analysis of the benefits of the franchise system for consumers.