David Kiley

Senior Correspondent, BusinessWeek

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Senior correspondent for BusinessWeek magazine, based in Detroit, Michigan

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For the first time in 70 years,  Toyota  expects to post losses.  Last year, it made $28 billion, but this year the company predicts a negative outcome of $1.7 billion.  Based in…

Toyota Expects First Operating Loss Since 1941

For the first time in 70 years, Toyota expects to post losses.  Last year, it made $28 billion, but this year the company predicts a negative outcome of $1.7 billion.  Based in…

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