The company hopes "Made in America" -- and then some -- will convince truck drivers to give its Tundra another look.
By Doron Levin
FORTUNE -- Toyota Motor Corp. is mounting a new charge on the full-size pickup market in the U.S. after learning a painful lesson in humility when its last version of the Tundra fell short.
Many were predicting that shopper enthusiasm for Toyota's (TM) current Tundra model might impair, perhaps MOREJul 30, 2013 1:38 PM ET
And that's why its new Chevy Impala is winning rave reviews.
By Doron Levin
FORTUNE -- In what looks like another "buy" signal for General Motors stock -- as well as its passenger cars -- the No. 1 automaker in the U.S. has won effusive endorsement from Consumer Reports, often a harsh critic of the Detroit-built vehicles.
GM's (GM) Chevrolet Impala last week topped Consumer Reports' ratings of all sedans, foreign and MOREJul 29, 2013 12:58 PM ET
Marcial Lalanda made over $150,000 last year. But the bull breeding sons of Don Eduardo Miura took in only $33,000. Then there is the matter of the propina. By Ernest HemingwayJul 28, 2013 9:00 AM ET
One year after his bombshell report on abuse at the university, Louis Freeh shares some insights on the project that remains such a topic of interest in the news.
By Daniel Roberts, writer-reporter
FORTUNE—For investigator Louis Freeh, Penn State appears to be the case that just won't die.
In advance of two long interviews with Fortune for its story "Louis Freeh, Private Eye," in the magazine's August 12 issue, Freeh cautioned that MOREJul 25, 2013 12:39 PM ET
In the new issue, Fortune profiles Louis Freeh, the controversial corporate investigator who has delivered reports on Penn State, FIFA, Wynn Resorts, and others.
FORTUNE -- The day after Pennsylvania State University's board of directors hired Louis Freeh to investigate the school's role in Jerry Sandusky's sex abuse crimes, Freeh traveled straight to Pennsylvania, yellow legal pad in hand, to begin interviewing witnesses.
That's his approach -- straight to the scene, conduct MOREJul 25, 2013 9:38 AM ET
ESPN's new hire could transform sports television.
By Douglas Alden Warshaw
FORTUNE—We are steadily moving from a qualitative to a quantitative world, not just in the sciences but also in politics, sports, mass entertainment and many other creative endeavors.
The old guard—mostly over 45 (but not everybody over 45!)—is somewhere between despondent and angry over this state of affairs. Many of these people feel that numbers lack nuance, that measurements lack emotions, MOREJul 24, 2013 12:24 PM ET
A solution would be to merge the city and surrounding counties into a consolidated metro government. Unfortunately, city and suburbs get along like Hatfields and McCoys.
By Alex Taylor III, senior editor-at-large
FORTUNE -- Speed records were set in 2009 when General Motors (GM) and Chrysler zipped through government-sponsored bankruptcies. By the time the final details were negotiated -- a matter of weeks -- the future of GM, and to a MOREJul 24, 2013 11:40 AM ET
How a group of young growers is re-imagining viticulture.Jul 24, 2013 11:39 AM ET
The industry got a coveted tax cut from the state, but did it overreach?Jul 24, 2013 8:43 AM ET
The man leading Detroit's bankruptcy thinks it will be the fresh break the city needs. It will also add to his already sweeping power over city finances and government. If Detroit owes you money, watch out.
By Anne VanderMey, reporter
FORTUNE -- Last week Detroit became the largest American city ever to file for bankruptcy. The decision came after four months of crisis leadership by Kevyn Orr. Now, all eyes are MOREJul 23, 2013 1:53 PM ET
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