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January 3, 2013
09:14 EDTTMToyota may be in midst of a rebound, NY Times reports
After weathering a series of crises over the last four years, Toyota (TM) regained its title as the world's top selling automaker in 2012, according to the New York Times. Moreover, analysts expect the company's growth to accelerate going forward, the newspaper added. Reference Link
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December 1, 2015
18:05 EDTTMToyota partners with Air Products for California fuel stations, Bloomberg says
After some buyers of its Mirai fuel-cell car voiced concerns over refueling, Toyota (TM) plans to partner with Air Products & Chemicals (APD) to implement hydrogen fuel trailers at certain California dealerships, reports Bloomberg, citing company statements. The solution is a stopgap measure until the state expands its hydrogen fueling infrastructure, the company noted. Reference Link
11:06 EDTTMToyota reports November U.S. sales up 12.4% to 189,517 units
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10:56 EDTTMToyota reports November U.S. sales up 3.4%, Bloomberg says
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November 25, 2015
08:37 EDTTMToyota to recall Takata air bag inflators previously ruled safe, NY Times says
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06:29 EDTTMTakata manipulated air bag testing data as early as 2000, NY Times reports
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05:58 EDTTMToyota recalls 1.6M cars after Nissan air bag injury, Bloomberg reports
Toyota (TM) reissued a recall for 1.6M cars in Japan over Takata air bags, reports Bloomberg. The recall comes after a component that was deemed safe in a Nissan (NSANY) vehicle ended up injuring a passenger last month. Reference Link
November 23, 2015
10:37 EDTTMFord no longer using Takata air bag inflators in future cars, AP reports
Ford (F) will stop using air bag inflators manufactured by Takata (TKTDY) in future vehicles, the Associated Press reports. The company joins Honda (HMC), Toyota (TM), and Nissan (NSANY) in choosing not to put the inflators in vehicles currently under development, the report says. Reference Link
November 18, 2015
09:32 EDTTMThe House Oversight & Government Reform Committee to hold a hearing
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06:32 EDTTMToyota's Mirai gaining traction in California, Reuters says
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