Mazda CEO: U.S. plant, product blitz and customer satisfaction will revive brandNov. 22
Mazda CEO Masamichi Kogai says the company is preparing for ‘a new era’ that begins with a product blitz in 2019 and follows with the opening of its joint U.S. plant with Toyota in 2021. Kogai believes those efforts, along with a renewed focus on customer loyalty, will stimulate Mazda’s U.S. sales.
Pending Toyota site selection becomes political banter in Ala. race for U.S. SenateDec. 6
Toyota will decide on new U.S. plant location in early 2018Dec. 4
Can Mazda6 keep up with Camry, Accord?Dec. 4
Mazda6 adds turbo, high-end trim to stand out in waning sedan marketNov. 29
Mazda, looking to inject new life into lagging sales of the Mazda6 and keep pace with strong redesigned rivals from Toyota and Honda, is updating uts midsize sedan, adding a high-end trim line, optional turbocharged engine and design updates throughout.
LOS ANGELES AUTO SHOW PREVIEWNov. 27
Mazda's Kogai: Rebuilding for a U.S. revivalNov. 27
CEO Masamichi Kogai is busy building pint-sized Mazda Motor Corp. into an automaker able to compete on the global stage with the biggest rivals. But first, Mazda is trying to fix operations in the U.S.
Targeting U.S. growth, Mazda plans new SUVNov. 25
Ala., N.C. present stark differences in bid for $1.6 billion Toyota-Mazda factoryNov. 21
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Jay Amestoy, retired head of PR for Mazda, dies after lengthy illnessNov. 17
Jay Amestoy, who spent more than two decades at the public relations helm at Mazda North America and previously worked in public relations for Volkswagen Group of America, died late Thursday. He was 69.