Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda, who battled back-to-back crises in his first years leading the world’s largest automaker, says he’s content with seeing a plateau in profit.
While Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda is on the cusp of a record year for profit, kids nowadays make him nervous. They’re so clueless that boys without cars have the nerve to ask girls out.
Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda said scrutiny from inside and outside the company has been a “good lesson” and he expects the carmaker to emerge stronger after recalling millions of vehicles worldwide.
Toyota Motor Corp. is focused on restoring customer confidence as the world’s biggest automaker revamps quality control efforts following its worst recall crisis, President Akio Toyoda said.
"Today, we are at a turning point in automotive history."
- Akio Toyoda on Nov 16, 2014