The Toyota Two-StepAug. 12
Toyota CEO mulls deals 'to survive in the future'June 14
Toyota may consider mergers or acquisitions to procure new automotive technologies, including self-driving technologies, the company's president said, adding that it had to compete more aggressively against its rivals.
Toyota won't forget the big recallJune 11
Toyota forms cost-saving task force to arrest profit slideJune 9
Toyota rallies troops, waves flag, touts futureMay 29
Toyota's CEO was satisfied with his car-guy status until he bumped heads with Hiromu NaruseMay 21
Akio Toyoda not only runs Toyota Motor Corp. but is its master driver, the final arbiter of what makes a Lexus a Lexus and a Toyota a Toyota. Knowing how to drive - no, race - a car makes him like no other CEO in the 79 years since his grandfather founded the company.
Toyota’s driving chief learns the secret sauceMay 22
In new automotive era, even Toyota strugglesMay 15
A lackluster test drive of an EV prototype underscores for Akio Toyoda the new challenges posed by an evolving auto industry. His reaction has Toyota in crisis mode as it grapples with next-generation technologies and plunging profits.
First Shift: Ford board said to raise heat on FieldsMay 10
Toyota trims exec positions, aims for quicker decision makingMarch 1
Toyota has reduced its number of top positions to speed up decision making, as the Japanese automaker works toward a slimmer executive structure to better compete in an industry undergoing rapid change.
A front-seat look at Toyota's tough test driveJan. 6
For three days in November, Automotive News Asia Editor Hans Greimel joined the Argentina leg of Toyota's Five Continents Drive, the automaker's audacious seven-year gambit to reboot its mindset toward making better cars for a new era.