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Toyota's top female executive, Hamp, steps down after arrest in Japan

Toyota said Julie Hamp, its first female managing officer, had resigned following her arrest last month on suspicion of illegally importing the painkiller oxycodone into Japan. Hamp, 55, notified Toyota of her intent to resign, the company said in a statement today.  » READ
 

Hyundai global sales fall for third straight month

Hyundai's sales fell for a third straight month, dragged down by a slump in overseas deliveries as unfavorable currency exchange rates undermine its ability to compete against Japanese automakers.  » READ
 

Japanese automakers to subsidize hydrogen station operating costs

 

JLR said to move China head to lead European unit

 

GM Korea workers approve strike over pay, output

 

Toyota Mirai rated at U.S. range of 312 miles

 

Germany's Getrag getting interest from Magna, Dana, China, report says

 

Dura owner Tilton loses bid to halt SEC proceedings

 

Suzuki patriarch appoints son as president and likely successor

 

Newer Audi, BMW, Subaru models use lots of oil, Consumer Reports survey finds

 

Bain Capital completes buyout of TI Automotive

 

New VW brand boss needs to cut costs, boost profits

 

GM directors don't have to face ignition-switch claims

 

Mexican supplier Nemak to launch $750 million IPO

 

Toyota's new shares are popular in Japan

 

Two Las Vegas dealerships settle deceptive advertising charges

 

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