Saikawa taps Akio to lie lowOct. 16
Gazoo points way for sportier ToyotaSept. 23
AutoNews Now: Daimler spending $1B to make EVs in Ala.Sept. 21
Toyota chief says hybrid still central as EV momentum growsSept. 19
Toyota's California turnaroundSept. 17
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.