The U.S. Cargo Ship That Failed to Beat Soybean Tariff Is Now Just Drifting Aimlessly at Sea

Ah, man, it was only a month ago that we’d diverted our attention for a moment from the toxic wasteland of social media to follow Peak Pegasus, a cargo vessel carrying a boatload of soybeans, as it raced to a port in China in a—now futile—effort to beat a new soybean tariff. I’d already forgotten about its journey,…

Trump Asked Harley-Davidson Not To Move Jobs Overseas After Starting A Trade War That Forced Harley To Move Jobs Overseas

A couple weeks ago, Harley-Davidson said that it was moving some production overseas thanks to President Trump’s trade war, which made our president mad and led to some angry tweets. After all that, Trump’s Secretary of the Treasury revealed yesterday, he went back to Harley and asked, a bit sadly, could you really…

The U.S. Cargo Ship Rushing To Beat Soybean Tariff Didn't Make It In Time

“We aren’t going to make it Captain,” a young sailor worriedly shouts at his boss as he bursts into the bridge. The Captain furrows his brow and pushes a lever forward on the console. If he pulls it off, he’s a hero. He’ll surely be promoted. It’s all down to this one delivery, getting his soy bean cargo to port in…

Toyota Clarifies Its 137,000 U.S. Workers Are Not A National Security Threat In Response To Trump's Proposed Tariffs

Following President Donald Trump ordering the Department of Commerce to open an investigation to determine the effect of imports on national security, and his consistent rhetoric of increasing tariffs on imports including automobiles, Toyota clarified in a statement today that its 137,000 American workers are not a…

Trump's Imported Car Tariffs Could Cost American Consumers $45 Billion A Year: Analysts

President Donald Trump is threatening a tariff of up to 25 percent on imported cars, an idea that everyone hates. While it’s being touted as leveling the playing field in what he sees as an unfair trade system, the tariff, unsurprisingly, would be very bad for the American consumers—to the tune of about $45 billion…