Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit charging his reputation is being tarnish by two failing Atlantic City casinos that bear his name.
Donald Trump is suing to get his name removed from the Trump Plaza and Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City because his reputation is tarnished by tacky façades dedicated to giving off the mere illusion of success. [Bloomberg Businessweek] ...Show More Summary
The real estate mogul was a pioneer of the New Jersey shore town's gambling industry. Its decline is hurting his name by association, Trump claims in a court filing.
Bad news for the estate of the late Ralph Wilson, National Football League and, the banker in charge of selling the : Demand for the football team is weaker than previously touted. Recall that a week ago it was reported by the Toronto Sun that of the 60-plus non-disclosure agreements that were sent out [...]
Donald Trump has spent his career using his last name as his brand, slapping the T word on many a luxury apartment building, hotel, and casino. But now the Donald is suing to have his famous name removed from a pair of Atlantic City properties that he would rather not be associated with. The Trump Plaza (formerly Harrah’s at Trump … [More]
Donald Trump has a message for the two Atlantic City casinos that still bear his name, five years after he gave up anything to do with running them: You're fired. The real estate mogul and reality TV... To view the full story, click the title link.
Claims company that runs the casinos has allowed the properties to fall into disrepair, tarnishing his personal brand
Billionaire Donald Trump said doctors should not treat in the U.S. patients infected with the Ebola virus and called on airline officials to ban all flights from countries where the deadly disease has been known to spread, Sky News reports.
Buffalo Bills’ insider Tim Graham joins Mike Florio to discuss the rumor regarding Donald Trump’s offer of $1 billion, in cash, to purchase the Bills. Graham believes the offer could have been made by Trump, but it would be unwise for the Bills to take the offer as there are better ones to be had.
Mike Florio chats with Tim Graham of the Buffalo News about the Bills ownership and some of the recent moves by Donald Trump and Jon Bon Jovi to get closer to ownership. Then, Florio takes calls and tweets from NFL fans.
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Donald Trump was back for his regular segment on this Monday's Fox & Friends and decided to double down on his attack on the Ebola-infected doctors who are being treated here in the United States. Not only was he still calling for those...Show More Summary
With Jon Bon Jovi writing a too-little, too-late letter to Bills fans and Donald Trump being Donald Trump, both may have violated a strict confidentiality agreement signed prior to the commencement of the process for expressing formal interest to buy the Buffalo Bills. As explained by Tim Graham of the Buffalo News, the six-page document…
Donald Trump, Whoopi Goldberg has a thing or two to say to you! Donald recently, and way too hastily, tweeted out his alarm after Ebola patients Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol were transferred stateside after contracting the life threatening virus in West Africa. With the knowledge that Ebola is only transmitted through bodily fluids, Donald definitely [...]
Donald Trump has an opinion regarding American health care workers with the Ebola virus, and Whoopi Goldberg has an opinion on his comments. Though Whoopi and Donald are friends, Goldberg said on The View Monday that she strongly disagrees with his take. Saturday Donald Trump tweeted, “The U.S. must immediately stop all flights from EBOLA
Whoopi Goldberg said Monday that Donald Trump's recent comments, specifically those about Americans with Ebola, were "dopey," "idiotic" and "stupid." Two Americans, a doctor and another health care worker, were infected with the virus...Show More Summary
Back in July, Barclays was hit with a major lawsuit by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who alleged the bank “favored high-frequency traders in its dark pool and then lied to clients about their participation in the trading...Show More Summary
Whoopi Goldberg on ABC’s The View Monday took aim at Donald Trump for tweets he put out recently that objected to Ebola-infected Americans returning to the U.S.
Donald Trump has written numerous Tweets about the Ebola missionaries returning home, which he disagreed with. Trump has said that they "must suffer the consequences" of their actions.