Rattled Toyota Turns To Women, Foreigners For Help

There is no “all clear” at Toyota. The company is still “on a crisis footing a year after the first of a wave of recalls of more than 12m vehicles.” This is the bottom line of an article the Financial Time wrote after talking to Shinichi Sasaki, the board member responsible for quality at Toyota. What is even more interesting: The article was put on The Nikkei [sub] newswire, which brought it to worldwide attention.

Sasaki makes some alarming statements:

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  • The Oracle Been a good read so far.
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  • FreedMike Well, they could have always called it the "Utopian Turtletop" (google it).
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