A black-belt judo master shakes up Toyota

Treece, James B.
February 2001
Automotive News International;Feb2001, p16
Trade Publication
Profiles Toyota Motor Corp. executive Hiroshi Okuda. Career background; Contribution to the company; Role in the decision of Toyota to invest in telematics.


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