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Donald Trump

Donald Trump
Donald Trump, born June 14, 1946, is CEO of the Trump Organization, a real estate developer based in New York City. In addition to a number of skyscrapers bearing his name, Trump's businesses also operate several casinos. His business dealings and wealth helped him reach celebrity status along with a popular realty television program, "The Apprentice." (Photo AP)
Donald Trump, born June 14, 1946, is CEO of the Trump Organization, a real estate developer based in New York City. In addition to a number of skyscrapers bearing his name, Trump's businesses also operate several casinos. His business dealings and wealth helped him reach celebrity status along with a popular realty television program, "The Apprentice." (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • News of the Weird: A Piece of the Action

    News of the Weird: A Piece of the Action
    “Fantasy sports” are hugely popular, but when fans “draft” players for their teams, they “own” only the players' statistics. Recently, Wall Street and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs created Fantex Holdings, which will allow investors to buy actual pieces of real players — namely, rights to 20 percent of the player's lifetime earnings (including licensing and product endorsement deals). The firm told The New York Times in October that it will soon stage an “IPO” for budding NFL star Arian Foster and hopes to sign up many more athletes, plus singers and actors similarly early in their careers. (On the other hand, Fantex's lawyers drew up a 37-page list of potential investment risks, such as injuries, slumps and scandals — and the fact that the stock will trade only on Fantex's private exchange.)
  • Donald Trump ends bid to manage Key Biscayne golf course

    Donald Trump has withdrawn his proposal to take over management of the public waterfront golf course on Key Biscayne's Crandon Park. The Miami Herald (http://hrld.us/1IC8cgJ ) reports that the move came after Trump's bid hit a snag last week when the...

    Caption Of The Week

    Caption Of The Week
    HONORABLE MENTIONS This is the same view as the governor's office. -- Bil Drena, North Stonington Honey, what did you put in the brownies this morning? -- Christopher S. Ttofi, Newington It's like a Fantastic Voyage on top of Donald Trump's head. --...

    Concern for Baltimore will fade fast

     Concern for Baltimore will fade fast
    It seems America could benefit from some Avengers assembling. Superheroes like Iron Man, Black Widow, Captain America and the gang — with a shout of "Avengers assemble!" — always know how to solve the problems regular folks like us can't...

    Baltimore 'thugs' or frustrated youth? Debate rages over a word

    WASHINGTON As Baltimore simmers, prominent public figures, from President Barack Obama to Donald Trump, have been roundly criticized this week for describing the rioters as "thugs." It's a word that's taken an exotic odyssey, with roots during the time...