Gov't: Initial probe finds no new Toyota safety issue beyond accelerator, mat problems. Full story
Two-and-a-half years after he was found guilty of vehicular homicide, Koua Fong Lee is now a free man. Lee was released after asking for a new trial following Toyota’s recall of vehicles with alleged acceleration problems. NBC's Joe Fryer reports.
A Hmong immigrant who spent more than 2½ years in prison for a fatal Toyota crash walked free Thursday, after a judge ordered a new trial and a prosecutor said she wouldn't prolong the case reopened in the wake of the carmaker's widely publicized sudden acceleration problems. Full story
The Michigan appeals court says two executives at Toyota Motor Corp. can avoid depositions in a lawsuit alleging death from sudden acceleration. Full story
Toyota reports biggest quarterly profit in two years, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Toyota is cautious after Q1 profit tops forecasts, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Government safety officials said Wednesday they are still testing the black boxes pulled from Toyotas that were involved in sudden acceleration accidents.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the details on the 138,000 Lexus models that have been recalled by Toyota.
Shares of Toyota lower this morning on reports of a bold move by the automaker, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
HOLLYWOOD - AUGUST 04: A Toyota sign is reflected in a Prius hybrid car displayed at the Toyota of Hollywood dealership on August 4, 2010 in Hollywood, California. The automaker reported today a $2.2 billion profit for the April to June quarter, despite having recalled about 8.5 million vehicles fo
Japan's Toyota Motor senior managing director Takahiko Ijichi announces the company's first quarter financial result ended June at the company's Tokyo office on August 4, 2010. Toyota posted a 2.2 billion USD quarterly profit and upped its forecast for the year despite its recall woes, betting on ro