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There is a reason most presidential candidates stump through diners and living rooms this time of year. They can’t fill a bigger room.
And then there is Donald J. Trump.
On the second day of January, in the Gulf Coast town of Biloxi, Miss., at least 13,000 stood for
Mark Cuban Business Leader, Philanthropist, and Entrepreneur Born in Pittsburgh in July 31 entrepreneur Mark Cuban has ventured into many diverse businesses. He made his fortune through the sale of startups MicroSolutions and Broadcast.com in the 1990s, and later became known as the owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks. Cuban has also invested in film production, and has appeared on such TV series as Dancing with the Stars and Shark Tank.
Mark Cuban praised on Donald Trump, saying the real estate mogul was the "best thing to happen to politics in a long long time." He even said that he'd consider serving as Trump's running mate. Trump, for his part, responded graciously on Twitter<Thank you @mcuban[Mark Cuban] for your nice words. I am rapidly becoming a @dallasmavs[Dallas Maverics] fan!>, thanking Cuban for his nice words.
DONALD J. TRUMP
NEW YORK CITY
JUNE 16, 2015
Our country is in serious trouble. We are not respected by anyone. We are a laughing stock all over the world. ISIS, China, Mexico are all beating us. Everybody is beating us. Our enemies
are getting stronger and we are getting weaker. Politicians are all talk and no action. They will never be able to fix our country. They will never bring us to the Promised Land, and I cannot sit back and watch this incompetence any Ladies and gentlemen, I am officially running for President of the United States. While I love my company and what I have built, I love my
Ford Motor Company is disputing GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s claims that he altered the automaker's future expansion plans in the U.S. and Mexico.
“Ford has not spoken with Mr. Trump, nor have we made any changes to our plans,” it said in a statement released Monday.
“We decided to move the F-650 and the F-750 medium-duty trucks to Ohio Assembly in 2011, long before any candidates announced their intention to run for U.S. president,” Ford said.
Why ‘A’ Students Work for ‘C’ Students and Why ‘B’ Students Work for the Government: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Education for Parents Pt.2
Robert Kiyosaki: "In 2012, a 5-star hotel near our home in Phoneix was sold to the government of Singapore, purchased via the Singapore Sovereign Wealth Fund. Where did that money come from? The money came from Americans who used their dollars to buy TVs, computers, iPhones and other products made in Asia-products that lose value over time. Those dollars then return to the United States to buy our wealth, assets that increase in value over time. Today, the employees who work for the hotel are now employees of the country of Singapore, assisted by financing from international banks."
Donald J. Trump shares surprising details with Scott Pelley about his tax plan. Watch on the ’60 Minutes’
onald Trump wants to rip up the North American Free Trade Agreement as one of his strategies for creating new jobs for the middle class. The Republican presidential candidate tells Scott Pelley the free trade agreement between Mexico, Canada and the U.S. is a "disaster." He says he will either break or renegotiate it so he can enact
4 Great businessman of all time:Donald Trump(Trump Organization), Steve Jobs(Apple), Richard Branson(Virgin), Bill Gates(Microsoft)
ave you ever wondered how some of the most famous business magnates like Donald Trump, Steve Jobs, and Richard Branson negotiate? What makes them so successful during this stage of a deal? I have always wondered the same things so I started researching some of the major negotiations that have gone down in recent history by some of these high profile executives. What I gathered from my findings were a few key negotiation techniques that stemmed from these big time transactions.
Carly Fiorina:’If you file for bankruptcy four times, I think it suggests either lack of judgment or lack of discipline’
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO, who sits fifth in the Washington Examiner's latest power rankings, went on to poke at Trump's business career while pitting her record against his.