TOYOTA CITY — Japan's largest automaker is considering a major management makeover — to keep up with changing times or for more subtle reasons. Toyota Motor Corp.'s regular June shareholder meeting is expected to approve creation of a Western-style holding company as the first line of defense against the mega-mergers now shrinking the automotive world and, perhaps, to make major management changes. At the moment, theories vary as to what's going on. “There's a need to make and ...
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