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  • In the US, Toyota overtook GM as the country's biggest carmaker. In the UK, Ford was deposed as the top-selling passenger car brand for the first time since 1976 by Volkswagen (although it retained and
  • Toyota, Volkswagen, McDonald's, the UK Government, the BBC, Marks & Spencer and L'Oreal had suspended their advertising. So too did the UK media buying division of Havas on behalf of all its local clients.
  • top US marketer Vinay Shahani to global arch-rival Toyota. Shahani becomes VP, integrated marketing operations at the Japanese giant, reporting to VP, marketing Ed Laukes. Shahani's fulltime successor
  • to 2.52m cars, while Toyota regained the lead with almost 5% uplift to 2.59m. Close behind both groups, though, was Renault-Nissan, which reported a spectacular 11.5% rise in registrations to 2.3m units.
  • at 2.24m, and despite a strong final month Toyota too was down 2% over the year as a whole to 2.45m. The single biggest decline was suffered by BMW, down by just under 10%, compared to a fall of just
  • 1 by rival Toyota. The following year, GM finally accepted defeat and filed for Chapter 11 protection. A new and much smaller GM emerged from bankruptcy having shed the bulk of its huge debt burden as
  • surge pushed it into the Top Ten between Samsung and Toyota on one side, and Mercedes-Benz and IBM on the other. The highest new arrival among the 100 was Netflix at #78, with Salesforce and Ferrari entering
  • However, only Toyota followed suit in suspending them temporarily, pending the results of the investigation. This is thought to be the first time a pedestrian has been killed in an incident involving
  • surge pushed it into the Top Ten between Samsung and Toyota on one side, and Mercedes-Benz and IBM on the other. The highest new arrival among the 100 was Netflix at #78, with Salesforce and Ferrari entering
  • putting its slightly ahead of Toyota, flat at 9.95m. Combined sales of 8.51m vehicles put Renault-Nissan in 3rd place, with Hyundai-Kia 4th at 8.18m. US groups GM and Ford came 5th and 6th respectively,

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