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.
Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda said the appreciating yen, the European debt crisis and a slowing U.S. are among concerns facing Japan’s car industry.
Toyota Motor Corp. made its name on the value and efficiency of its cars. Its chief executive is earning a similar reputation for his compensation.
Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda set the world’s largest carmaker on a course seeking sales growth in emerging markets and an improved image in the U.S., in a bid to rebound from record recalls and a recession.
"We positioned this fiscal year to be a plateau intentionally."
- Akio Toyoda on May 08, 2014