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Toyota sells 2.58 million vehicles, outselling GM
Toyota sells 2.58 million vehicles, outselling GM

By YURI KAGEYAMA

AP Business Writer

TOKYO (AP) — Toyota kept its position at the top in global vehicle sales for the first quarter of this year, outpacing rivals General Motors and Volkswagen.

Toyota Motor Corp.

Toyota sells 2.58 million vehicles, outselling GM
Toyota sells 2.58 million vehicles, outselling GM

By YURI KAGEYAMA

AP Business Writer

TOKYO (AP) — Toyota kept its position at the top in global vehicle sales for the first quarter of this year, outpacing rivals General Motors and Volkswagen.

Toyota Motor Corp....

Editorial cartoon for April 23, 2014
Editorial cartoon for April 23, 2014

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House candidates tout work on water bill

House incumbents say spill measure accomplishes much, but more to be done

Judge to decide if Plants can continue prosecuting certain cases
Judge to decide if Plants can continue prosecuting certain cases

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Chuck McGill: D’Antoni courtship over, Marshall search changes course
Chuck McGill: D’Antoni courtship over, Marshall search changes course

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Prep baseball: George Washington tops Riverside as tempers flare
Prep baseball: George Washington tops Riverside as tempers flare

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Mike Casazza: WVU figures out financials as NCAA figures out its future

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Marshall football: QB Garvin getting used to college game

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Prep softball: Hurricane bats lead the way in win against Lincoln County

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