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Bankruptcy Pros Shun Fellow Businessman Trump, Back GOP In Fight For Senate

By Alexander Gladstone and Reshmi Basu, with additional reporting by Alex Plough At the recent US Presidential debate, Donald Trump touted his desire to scoop up distressed housing assets as part of “business.” He also has a well-known history of utilizing – or being forced into – corporate bankruptcy. But that [...]
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