Why Toyota faltered at the top

10/15/2009 | Big Money, The

The traits that allow a company to surpass its rivals are not the same attributes that allow it to maintain market dominance, Matthew DeBord writes. Toyota surged past its rivals by building better cars, he writes, but its products seemed less impressive once it no longer faced serious competition from troubled manufacturers such as GM.

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