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When he was running for president last May, Donald Trump released 104 pages of details about his finances, including a claim that he earned nearly $21 million through contracts with New York City to run two skating rinks in...
Saudi Arabia’s state oil company Saudi Aramco is to invest $7 billion (6.6 billion euros) in an oil refinery and petrochemical project in southern Malaysia. The deal was signed during a visit by King Salman Abdulaziz Al Saud. Malaysia’s...
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders alleged that President Donald Trump received “hundreds of thousands of dollars” for his presidential campaign from private prison companies and is now paying them back by “opening the floodgates” for them to make huge profits....
Today, lawmakers are using the Congressional Review Act to dismantle common-sense energy policies that can save Americans hundreds of millions of dollars and prevent massive amounts of energy resources from being needlessly wasted. The targeted policies from the Bureau...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban believes with the climate laid down by President Donald Trump's administration, CEO's across America are in a very difficult spot. Earlier this week during an interview with CNBC, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank said...
Under Armour, facing criticism over comments by its CEO, issued a statement Friday calling immigration "a source of strength" and emphasizing its push to raise American manufacturing capacity. "These are not new or revised values," the statement said. "This...
According to the New York Times, T.J. Maxx and Marshalls were instructed last week to stop featuring Ivanka Trump’s fashion merchandise separately from other lines in their stores and to throw away all Ivanka Trump signs. “Effective immediately, please...
Let’s be honest. Conflicts of interest are boring. The president-elect knows this. In fact, he’s banking on it. Instead of addressing his conflicts in a meaningful way at his press conference last week, Trump pointed to a stack of...
Close How to Fuck Up America: A Field Guide for New People in Power. 1. Humble the Technology Industry The new regime in D.C. seems to have had enough of smarty-pants geeks who spend one Red Bull–fueled week writing...
SEATTLE — Amazon.com said it plans to add 100,000 full-time U.S. employees over the next 18 months, a move that comes amid pressure on the private sector by the incoming Trump administration to create jobs. Seattle-based Amazon said Thursday...

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