Tagged With Commerce Department

Suspected Russian hackers broke into US federal agencies and spied on emails in a 'highly sophisticated' cyberattack


Trump's favourite trade scorecard posts its worst figure since 2006 as the election looms


US goods-trade deficit widens to record $82.9 billion in August as imports surge



One stunning chart shows the success of federal aid in helping financially struggling households


One of Trump's top economic advisers said the coronavirus outbreak in China could 'accelerate the return of jobs' to the US


The Trump administration declines to release report justifying car tariffs



We just got a stark warning that the US economy is slowing as trade tensions persist


The Trump administration has started approving licenses for US companies to resume doing business with Huawei


Government watchdog warns that Trump administration's tariff exclusion process appears tainted by 'improper influence'


Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross reportedly can't stop falling asleep in department meetings


FedEx is suing the US government, claiming that complying with Huawei's blacklisting violates its constitutional rights and traps it 'between a rock and a hard place'


From suspect stock deals to billion-dollar exaggerations — here are all of the allegations dogging Wilbur Ross



Trump's all-out trade war is rattling Washington -- even his strongest allies


Trump reaches deal with China to lift sanctions on Chinese tech giant ZTE despite blowback from Democrats, GOP


American businesses are scrambling to get around Trump's new tariffs -- and it could just be the start of a 'tsunami'


Trump's controversial change to the 2020 Census could have massive political and economic consequences



More incredibly embarrassing, possibly criminal, news about our Commerce Secretary


Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is low-key having the worst week ever


Wilbur Ross will never understand why -- but he's unfit to be Commerce Secretary


Wilbur Ross told Forbes he hid $2 billion from the government and then took it back