Automaker says it has idled three overseas factories to conserve auto parts following last month's earthquake in Japan.
Toyota's car production in Japan plummeted 62.7 percent in March due to a parts supply crunch following the earthquake and tsunami.
The world will remember Chernobyl and Fukushima as words -- symbols -- synonymous with nuclear disaster.
Government proposed special $50 billion budget to help finance reconstruction efforts and plans to build 100,000 temporary homes for survivors.
Disrupted by parts shortages from Japan, production won't return to normal until later this year -- imperiling its spot as world's top-selling automaker.
Some would consign the Tokyo utility embroiled in Japan's worst-ever nuclear disaster to the corporate graveyard, but it will probably survive -- and may even prosper.
Automaker's assembly factory in Turkey was preparing to halt production as part of an eight-day suspension across Europe because of parts shortages.
Automaker said interrupted delivery of high-end radios and satellite navigation systems from Japan could result in a production drop of up to 100,000 units.
Authorities may for the first time strictly enforce their evacuation zone around a crippled nuclear plant, citing concerns over radiation risks for residents.
Mobile phone maker said net profit fell by 48 percent in the first quarter amid lower sales volumes, higher taxes and disruptions to its supply chain.
Blueprint for ending radiation leaks and stabilizing reactors at Japan's crippled nuclear plant drew a lackluster response Monday.
Automaker resumed car production at all of its plants in Japan, but said the factories will run at half capacity due to parts shortages.
Operator of tsunami-damaged nuclear plant said it would pay an initial $12,000 for each household forced to evacuate because of leaking radiation.
India is increasing safety features at all of its nuclear power plants to try to prevent a crisis like Japan's caused by seismic activity or an extended power loss.
Subaru of America is halting production on one of its Lafayette plant's production lines due to a parts shortage caused by Japan's earthquake and tsunami.
Japan downgraded its economic outlook for first time in six months, citing drop in production and consumer spending following the earthquake and tsunami.
Automaker says its Asia-Pacific operations may have to slow or stop production later this month because of parts shortages from Japan.
Japanese nuclear regulators said they raised the rating from 5 to 7 -- the highest level on an international scale of nuclear accidents.
Making the site safe and removing the ruined equipment is going to be a messy ordeal that could take decades and cost hundreds of millions of dollars.
Sharp Corp. has suspended domestic production of large-sized LCD panels because of a shortfall of industrial gas after a massive earthquake and tsunami.
Most Americans doubt the U.S. government is prepared to respond to a nuclear emergency like the one in Japan, a new Associated Press-GfK poll shows.
Automaker will resume production at all plants in Japan at half capacity from April 18 to 27 after the earthquake and tsunami forced it to halt manufacturing.
Samples of milk, air and rainwater in New Jersey show no sign of elevated radiation from the Japan nuclear disaster, the state's top environmental official said.
Worldwide calls to curb nuclear power amid Japan's plant crisis could be bad news for the fight against global warming, activists say.