TOKYO— To illustrate his vision for a turnaround at recall-slammed Honda, Takahiro Hachigo, the new chief executive, showed video footage set to a light-hearted 50 s-style rock music of happy people with Honda products, like a lawn mower and the Asimo walking robot. Honda's brand image has suffered after quality lapses for popular vehicles like the Fit hybrid in...» Read More
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