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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

Top Donald Trump Articles

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  • Outrage over Trump sign isn't fueled solely by the namesake

    The Trump sign is not going away any time soon, unfortunately. I happen to disagree with columnist Eric Zorn that the outrage is more about Donald Trump than the sign itself. It does, however, point to the fact that it does not take an architecture...
  • New Trump sign going up at riverfront tower

    New Trump sign going up at riverfront tower
    Donald Trump is getting ready to photo-bomb a few tourist snapshots this summer. Not necessarily the mogul himself — just part of his name. Crews are working to hang a large “TRUMP” sign on the southern face of the Trump...
  • Tips from a beauty queen

    Tips from a beauty queen
    Fitness: At the gym, Brittany Oldehoff does a combination of circuit training and cardio workouts. She also takes supplements such as fish oil, glutamine and other amino acids to get her blood flowing. Diet: She swears off red meat, instead opting for...
  • Chicago's most iconic buildings don't need name tags

    Give Donald Trump a break.  The poor guy is so insecure about his building not being recognized he felt the need to plaster his name on it. After all, it's not as though it's the Wrigley Building, the Willis (Sears) Tower or the John Hancock. These...
  • Ctvrtlik highlights awards banquet

    At 50, Bob Ctvrtlik, a Newport Beach resident, passes on advice, not volleyballs anymore. Ctvrtlik, one of the most decorated U.S. volleyball players, was the guest speaker at the 53rd annual Athletic Awards banquet at the Radisson Hotel in Newport Beach...
  • Interview: Seth Meyers is up for hosting gigs, but not yet on 'SNL'

    Seth Meyers broke out a Chicago accent during his monologue on Thursday’s episode of “Late Night with Seth Meyers” when joking about the city’s ban on plastic grocery bags. The former Northwestern University and iO alum...
  • E.J. Schrader celebrates 58 years of creating custom bedding

    E.J. Schrader celebrates 58 years of creating custom bedding
    Making other people's beds has been way of life for one South Florida company for 58 years. Over the decades from its small factory in West Palm Beach, E.J. Schrader Mattress Co. has built a reputation for creating quality custom-made mattresses and...
  • Patrick Fahy's star still rising

    Patrick Fahy's star still rising
    Patrick Fahy, three-time semifinalist for the James Beard Foundation's outstanding pastry chef award (finalist in 2011) is well-known to Chicago dining fans. In the past five years, Fahy has been executive pastry chef at Blackbird, Avec and The Publican;...
  • Donald Trump is desecrating skyline

    How dare Donald Trump desecrate the beautiful Chicago skyline with a giant sign on his skyscraper? What a narcissistic egomaniac. And where were the people who were supposed to be approving this project? Out for a four-hour lunch? -- Nancy Boehm, ...
  • Trump can put his name on his building

    I like Donald Trump's name on his building. If the sign said OBAMA instead of TRUMP, would the Rahmfather be complaining? It is Trump's building, and he can put his name on it. -- Marlene Krakowski, Chicago
  • Trump's sign is good for business

    After reading the big hub-bub about the Trump Tower sign, I decided to take a look for myself at what others are calling “hideous.” I think the sign looks great! What’s the big deal? Chicago can take a lesson from New York's Time...