Trump Blasts German Carmakers' U.S. Sales, Threatens Barriers

According to Bloomberg, German carmakers found themselves at the receiving end of renewed attacks by President Donald Trump, who reportedly chided them for selling too many vehicles in the U.S., contributing to a lopsided German trade surplus that’s hurting the U.S. economy.

Study: Small Cars More Prone to Driver Deaths

The risk of dying in a crash involving a small car has been greater in recent years than the likelihood of a fatal crash involving a large car or an SUV, according to a study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

House GOP Pushes Border Adjustment Tax Despite Opposition

House Republicans aren’t backing off a controversial proposal at the center of their tax overhaul plan despite continued opposition from key GOP leaders in the Senate and the Trump administration, reports RealClear Politics.

Border Adjustment Tax Faces Uphill Battle

A new study commissioned by one of the country's largest retail trade associations throws cold water on a border adjustment provision of a House GOP tax plan that appears already to have already fallen out of favor with some Republicans and President Donald Trump's administration, says U.S. News & World Report.

Ford Ousts Mark Fields as CEO and Installs Jim Hackett

In a shake-up reflecting the pressures on the American auto industry, Ford Motor replaced its chief executive, Mark Fields, on Monday and vowed to catch up in the race to build self-driving cars and define a new era in personal mobility.