For the first time, a Chinese company is the world's largest, according to the 2014 IndustryWeek 1000, the annual ranking of the world's largest manufacturers by revenue.
The Chinese oil behemoth China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (IW 1000...
Long struggling Nokia jumped back into profit in the second quarter, boosted by major restructuring and its big phone division sale to Microsoft.
On Friday, Toyota said its announcement covered about 450,000 Sienna minivans produced between 2004 and 2011, including 370,000 in the U.S. and 80,000 in Canada.
The offer is 15% higher than Pfizer's last bid.
Last bid was made May 2.
Pfizer said it would not attempt a hostile takeover.
Last year, China's auto sales surged to 21.98 million vehicles, according to an industry group, but sales of "new energy" vehicles -- which includes fully electric cars and hybrids -- were tiny at around 25,000 over the past two years.
Japanese reports said bonuses typically make up between 35% and 50% of an executive's remuneration.