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Toyota outlines new vision after recall fiasco

Toyota is aiming for an auto industry first by reaching annual sales of 10 million vehicles by 2015 even as it acknowledges that overly rapid growth was at the root of its recall fiasco. Full story

Toyota Shifts Gears

  Akio Toyoda streamlines board from 27 to 11, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau, and Micheline Maynard, Changing Gears.

Akio Toyoda at Detroit Auto Show

  Akio Toyoda, president and CEO of Toyota Motor, tells CNBC's Phil LeBeau the automaker is moving in the right direction.

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