Japanese carmaker financials show how the COVID pandemic and the chip shortage continue to challenge them — despite positive fundamentals.
Keeping the flow of new Toyotas and Lexuses coming to U.S. dealers amid dozens of simultaneous threats falls to two executives who manage it all the Toyota way.
The global microchip shortage could be what finally ends the automaker's nine decades of dominance on its home turf.
A weakening yen has emerged as a windfall for the country's automakers, helping buoy results just when they need it most amid pinched production and derailed deliveries.
The industry is settling into the new year acknowledging that it's not out of the woods yet on chip shortage disruptions.