Toyota's Carter still bullish on 'healthy' U.S. marketAug. 2
Bob Carter and the car that's now a couchMay 22
Toyota's Carter: As U.S. peaks, spiffs 'higher than we've ever experienced'April 12
Shuffle at Toyota according to planMarch 6
Toyota's executive shuffle last week was part of broader effort to stay nimble, while the promotions of key figures in North America, including Bob Carter and Bill Fay, follow long-term succession plans for top posts.
Toyota promotes Carter, Fay, Hollis, LaukesMarch 1
Toyota is elevating some of its key people in North America as part of an annual executive shuffle. Bob Carter will have responsibility for sales, marketing, distribution and customer service for the Toyota and Lexus brands in North America.
AutoNews Now: A month of light trucks, heavy spiffsMarch 1
Toyota's Carter: Sky isn't fallingSept. 11, 2016
Carter: Toyota's bullish on U.S. salesApril 11, 2016
First Shift: Penske on pushing and 'punching'April 1, 2016
Toyota's Carter says sales nearing plateau, but will remain solidMarch 31, 2016
U.S. auto sales may be nearing a plateau, but that's not a sign of trouble ahead, Bob Carter, senior vice president for automotive operations at Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., said Thursday. Carter said Toyota expects sales to remain at the current level for at least “a solid 24 months.”
Toyota's Carter to speak at Retail ForumFeb. 8, 2016
Toyota brass sees more strong U.S. sales, but must adapt product mixDec. 3, 2015
Automakers can count on robust vehicle sales in 2016, but will be challenged to produce the right mix of cars and trucks as consumers gravitate to larger and roomier vehicles, Toyota executives said today.