Donald Trump raked in $427 million on ‘The Apprentice’: NYT – Business Insider

Donald Trump raked in $427 million on ‘The Apprentice’: NYT – Business Insider

Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump during "The Apprentice" Season 6 Finale at The Hollywood Bowl. Mathew Imaging/FilmMagic/Getty Images President Donald Trump earned $427 million from his role on the TV show "The Apprentice," according to a new report by The New York Times. Trump earned $197 million directly from appearing on the show between 2004…
Fred Perry pulls polo shirt over far-right Proud Boys association – Business Insider

Fred Perry pulls polo shirt over far-right Proud Boys association – Business Insider

Fred Perry pulled sales of a black-and-yellow polo shirt in the US and Canada in September 2019 because it was worn by members of the far-right Proud Boys group, it said Thursday. The British company described the association as “incredibly frustrating,” adding that the company is “in no way affiliated with the Proud Boys.” The…
Scott Atlas: New COVID-19 adviser has Trump’s ear, worries experts – Business Insider

Scott Atlas: New COVID-19 adviser has Trump’s ear, worries experts – Business Insider

President Donald Trump brought Dr. Scott Atlas, a vocal anti-lockdown critic, onto his coronavirus task force in August. Atlas is a healthcare-policy expert who works at the Hoover Institute, a conservative think tank at Stanford University. He is not an infectious-disease expert. Yet the White House has increasingly brought him out to speak at recent…
Cohen says Trump fears tax fraud charges, huge bill, after NYT story – Business Insider

Cohen says Trump fears tax fraud charges, huge bill, after NYT story – Business...

Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney, addressed the explosive report in The New York Times about Trump's financial affairs.  "His biggest fear is … he will end up with a massive tax bill, fraud penalties, fines, and possibly even tax fraud," Cohen told Yahoo News.  Cohen has long claimed that Trump withheld his tax returns…
Google is closing a loophole for developers to avoid paying its in-app payment tax – Business Insider

Google is closing a loophole for developers to avoid paying its in-app payment tax...

Google announced in a blog post on Monday that it's closing a loophole which allows some developers to side-step its 30% tax on in-app payments. Developers will have until September 31 2021 to integrate Google's billing system. Google also said it will make it easier for users to install alternative app stores to its own.…
US election: 1 million have voted versus 10,000 at same point in 2016 – Business Insider

US election: 1 million have voted versus 10,000 at same point in 2016 –...

At least 944,114 Americans had voted in this year's US presidential election as of Sunday, according to data collected by Michael McDonald, a University of Florida professor who runs the US Election Project. McDonald estimated that fewer than 10,000 people had voted at the same point in the 2016 election cycle. McDonald's 2020 voting statistics…
Here’s what’s in the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus House Democrats are poised to pass – Business Insider

Here’s what’s in the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus House Democrats are poised to pass...

House Democrats are taking another shot at passing a coronavirus stimulus bill just five weeks before Election Day. The latest bill is a scaled-down version of the HEROES Act that House Democrats passed in May.  It includes another round of $1,200 checks, a boost to unemployment payments, and $225 billion for schools and colleges.  Democrats…
$750 will be Joe Biden’s magic number at the first presidential debate – Business Insider

$750 will be Joe Biden’s magic number at the first presidential debate – Business...

Democratic insiders say $750 — the amount President Donald Trump paid in federal taxes for two straight years — will give Joe Biden an edge in Tuesday night’s presidential debate. Voters tuning in to the debate can expect Biden to repeatedly compare that figure with the amount working-class Americans, including millions of Trump supporters, pay…
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway gets back to basics with $600 million Scripps deal after shock bets on Snowflake and Barrick Gold

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway gets back to basics with $600 million Scripps deal after...

Bill Pugliano/Getty Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is set to invest $600 million in Scripps to help fund its $2.65 billion acquisition of ION Media.The billionaire investor's company will receive preferred shares and a stock warrant in return, echoing Buffett's past deals with Goldman Sachs, General Electric, Bank of America, Mars, and Occidental Petroleum.Berkshire's Scripps deal…
Global stocks rally as bargain-hunting sets in, but politics and the pandemic loom large

Global stocks rally as bargain-hunting sets in, but politics and the pandemic loom large

Visitors look at a stock quotation board at Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo Reuters Banks and travel stocks boost European indices on Monday, but concern over the economy is driving the Stoxx 50 to its worst third-quarter performance in nine years. Rising cases of Covid-19 across Europe, plus the first of the presidential debates this…

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