Justin Hyde

Washington Bureau Reporter, Detroit Free Press

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The chief executive of Toyota, Akio Toyoda, will  testify before Congres s on Wednesday.  Today, two additional subpoenas have been revealed, from a federal grand jury in New York and…

Another Rough Week Ahead for Toyota

The chief executive of Toyota, Akio Toyoda, will testify before Congres s on Wednesday.  Today, two additional subpoenas have been revealed, from a federal grand jury in New York and…

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In his second press conference since Friday, the president of Toyota announced today that the company is recalling an additional 437,000 vehicles worldwide.

Toyota Recall Now Includes the Prius

In his second press conference since Friday, the president of Toyota announced today that the company is recalling an additional 437,000 vehicles worldwide.

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