REPORT: Toyoda family stock shares take $449M hit
The Toyodas have a great deal of stock in the company Kiichiro Toyoda founded, yet the family only owns 0.8% off all shares. And while the Toyodas have lost quite a bit of stock value, the company scions aren't likely to sell off their shares. That means the family probably won't lose much real wealth in the long term, though a potential dividend cut could still cost the Toyoda's millions. Bloomberg expects Akio and Shoichiro to lose about $20 million in 2009 dividend payments, or enough money to make even the wealthiest automotive scions really, really sad.
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