Toyota Motor Corp. becomes the latest automaker to announce a major e-commerce initiative. IStarXchange, a separate company formed by Toyota Motor Sales North America Inc. (TMSA) and Dallas-based supply-chain technology group i2 Technologies Inc., is expected to be the first significant e-business company to serve the automotive replacements parts market. By servicing the aftermarket, iStarXchange differs from other recently announced e-commerce partnerships; the Big Three recently joined ...

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