Toyota turns to rental lots for lift in slowing marketJuly 6
JIM LENTZ: Toyota's answer to sales plateau: Better carsJune 5
Toyota North America's team ready, reorganizedJune 5
AutoNews Now: What the auto chiefs told TrumpMarch 17
Toyota marketing exec: Don't write off midsize cars yetJan. 10
AutoNews Now: Setting a course for U.S. shoresOct. 17, 2016
AutoNews Now: Toyota on taking talent to TexasOct. 14, 2016
Toyota says most Calif. employees making move to new Texas headquartersOct. 14, 2016
Most of Toyota's employees at its headquarters in Southern California will make the move to its new North Texas campus next year in a sign that the company has succeeded in its quest for high retention rates.
First Shift: May U.S. sales drop predictedMay 20, 2016
Lagging infrastructure slows fuel cell growth, Lentz saysApril 11, 2016
First Shift: Way to pump up fuel cells?April 4, 2016
Former Scions to get trim levelsApril 4, 2016
Toyota plans to pivot away from Scion's monospec approach and introduce multiple option packages on the youth-oriented cars, Jim Lentz, CEO of Toyota Motor North America, told Automotive News last month at the New York auto show.