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‘I thought I was very much going to be winning’: Here’s why Trump says he dumped all of his stocks in June – Business Insider

Posted on 07 December 2016

Business Insider'I thought I was very much going to be winning': Here's why Trump says he dumped all of his stocks in JuneBusiness InsiderTrump did say in an interview with Fox Business in August that he had sold his stock because of "scary" market conditions, though he did not disclose the trade in official documents. Trump has still not provided documentation that he sold his ...Trump Targets Boeing for 'Out of Control' Air Force One CostsFox Businessall 595 news articles » Continue Reading

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The Best Undergraduate Business Programs Of 2016 – Forbes

Posted on 07 December 2016

ForbesThe Best Undergraduate Business Programs Of 2016ForbesWhich are the best schools for young people looking for a career in business? When it comes to undergraduate, Harvard and Stanford aren't even in the running, relying on the MBA for those who already have a few years out of college. But the business ...and more » Continue Reading

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Nestlé is trying to patent a new type of sugar – but there’s one problem – Business Insider

Posted on 07 December 2016

Business InsiderNestlé is trying to patent a new type of sugar - but there's one problemBusiness InsiderThere are alternatives, of course — aspartame-sweetened diet drinks, sucralose-stuffed snacks, stevia-infused protein powders. But not everyone is a fan of fake sugar. Some cringe at the notoriously too-sweet taste; others cite the spotty scientific ...and more » Continue Reading

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Poll: 69 percent says Trump shouldn’t be forced to sell business – Politico

Posted on 07 December 2016

PoliticoPoll: 69 percent says Trump shouldn't be forced to sell businessPoliticoPresident-elect Donald Trump has promised to hand control of his business empire over to his children before he is sworn in as president next month, a pledge that some experts have decried as insufficient if he wants to avoid potential conflicts of ...Most Americans Are OK With Donald Trump Keeping His Business Empire, Poll FindsFortuneall 14 news articles » Continue Reading

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Trump puts new bull’s-eye on business – The Hill

Posted on 07 December 2016

The HillTrump puts new bull's-eye on businessThe HillTrump, who built his name and brand in business, has shown a repeated interest in diving into specific brawls with particular companies, to the point that a company in his sights could see a tweet swing its stock price. The highest-profile exchange ...Caterpillar CEO likes Trump's business focus, but not anti-trade 'rhetoric'Chicago TribuneBusiness wary of Twitter blasts from Trump's bully pulpitFinancial Timesall 15 news articles » Continue Reading

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Apple Music now has 20 million subscribers – Business Insider

Posted on 07 December 2016

Business InsiderApple Music now has 20 million subscribersBusiness InsiderThey were done in the record business, they were done in the cassette business, they were done on iTunes and now they're being done on streaming," he said. "The exclusives are relatively short term - it's not something that stays on any one platform.Apple Music surpasses 20m paying subscribers 17 months after launchMusic Business Worldwideall 54 news articles » Continue Reading

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Japan’s deal maker, Softbank tycoon Masayoshi Son – Fox Business

Posted on 07 December 2016

Fox BusinessJapan's deal maker, Softbank tycoon Masayoshi SonFox BusinessThe Tokyo-based company is now one of Japan's biggest telecoms providers, with more than 63,590 employees, a solar power business, humanoid robots for home use, ride-booking services and financial technology. It recently set up a $25 billion private ...Here's what we know about Trump's $50 billion deal with a Japanese billionaireBusiness InsiderWhen Billionaires Meet: $50 Billion Pledge From SoftBank to TrumpWall Street JournalDonald J. Trump on Twitter: "Masa said he would never do this had we (Trump) not won the election!"TwitterTwitterall 173 news articles » Continue Reading

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Amazon’s new grocery store could be driving up the price of a $600 million company – Business Insider

Posted on 06 December 2016

Business InsiderAmazon's new grocery store could be driving up the price of a $600 million companyBusiness InsiderNeither company responded when reached for comment by Business Insider. Impinj, founded in 2000, is best-known for its RAIN RFID wireless technology that can track products in real-time. Its technology is used in a number of markets, including retail, ...and more » Continue Reading

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A small and highly-profitable dealmaking firm just claimed bragging rights in the most Wall Street way possible – Business Insider

Posted on 06 December 2016

Business InsiderA small and highly-profitable dealmaking firm just claimed bragging rights in the most Wall Street way possibleBusiness InsiderIn a presentation setting out the firm's goal to become "the most elite independent investment banking advisory firm globally," Schlosstein said that productivity per advisory senior managing director is now ahead of the average productivity of all of ...and more » Continue Reading

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Millennials are different. Your talent probably isn’t – Business Insider

Posted on 06 December 2016

Business InsiderMillennials are different. Your talent probably isn'tBusiness InsiderMore than half plan to start new business. More than a quarter already have. To a degree unprecedented in history they will have inherited wealth as their baby boomer parents pass from this earth. But bear this in mind: Millennials appear to be ...and more » Continue Reading

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