WASHINGTON/DETROIT (Reuters) - U.S. regulators on Tuesday opened an investigation into whether Toyota Motor Corp acted in a timely way to recall cars for acceleration problems, and the automaker moved to slow its U.S.
Research Recap submits:
Most companies outside Japan are adjusting to supply-chain disruptions arising from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, limiting the financial impact, according to Moody’s .
Bruce Vanderveen submits:Japan is reeling from a devastating 9.0 earthquake and an accompanying 30 foot tsunami (a Japanese term meaning harbor wave). The tsunami tossed cars and ships around like toys, flattening towns and cities in minutes. The death toll is expected to top 10,000. And now engineers are struggling to control radiation from damaged reactors -- a slow-moving nightmare that just won't go away.