Kushner and Ivanka Trump detail big tech stake, art and up to $762 million in assets

Kushner and Ivanka Trump detail big tech stake, art and up to $762 million in assets

Jared Kushner revises financial disclosures Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump filed disclosure documents on Friday that reveal new information about their extensive business holdings and investments that could be worth more than $762 million. Kushner’s document updates one released four months ago and includes some previously undisclosed holdings that comprise some of the couple’s most → Read More

In search of donations: NASA's famed Apollo Mission Control Center

In search of donations: NASA's famed Apollo Mission Control Center

A nonprofit says it needs $5 million to polish up this National Historic Landmark. Houston, we have a problem. The historic Apollo Mission Control Center at the Johnson Space Center in Houston — where NASA helped put a man on the moon 50 years ago — is in desperate need of repair after years of → Read More

Pro-Trump media celebrates Spicer's departure, Scaramucci's appointment

Pro-Trump media celebrates Spicer's departure, Scaramucci's appointment

Scaramucci once called Trump a ‘hack politician’ President Donald Trump’s most fervent online supporters don’t seem to care about some of the liberal views held by new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci. They want a fighter loyal to the president and his cause, and they believe they got that with Scaramucci’s appointment and Sean → Read More

Scaramucci sorry for calling Trump a 'hack' with a 'big mouth' in 2015

Scaramucci sorry for calling Trump a 'hack' with a 'big mouth' in 2015

Scaramucci once called Trump a ‘hack politician’ During the presidential campaign two years ago, Anthony Scaramucci called President Trump “another hack politician” who is “anti-American.” On Friday, at a press briefing after being named White House communications director, Scaramucci apologized. Read More

Tech giants spend record amounts on lobbying under Trump

Tech giants spend record amounts on lobbying under Trump

Top tech leaders meet with Trump The tech industry is spending big in President Trump’s Washington. Google (GOOGL, Tech30), Apple (AAPL, Tech30), Amazon and Uber all spent record amounts lobbying federal officials during the three months that ended in June, according to new lobbying disclosures. Google, typically one of the top spenders in Washington, pumped → Read More

Wells Fargo ordered to rehire whistleblower and pay $577,500 in back wages

Wells Fargo ordered to rehire whistleblower and pay $577,500 in back wages

Warren and Yellen spar over Wells Fargo A federal agency has ordered Wells Fargo to give a whistleblower her job back, along with $577,500 in back pay and damages. The whistleblower was working as a branch manager in Pomona, California, when she was fired for reporting misconduct related to the bank’s fake account scandal, according → Read More

What's next for online black markets?

What's next for online black markets?

A Pastor’s Suicide Show of hands: Who likes to buy illegal drugs online? How about weapons, or malware, or lists of credit-card numbers? We’re sorry to inform you, but your nefarious desires just got harder to satisfy. With the takedown of two of the dark web’s major marketplaces—AlphaBay and Hansa—this week, buyers and sellers of → Read More

JetBlue considers new JFK terminal

JetBlue considers new JFK terminal

This flying hotel can be yours for $74,000 an hour JetBlue Airways might build a new terminal at New York City’s much maligned John F. Kennedy airport. The New-York based airline said a new terminal could boost capacity, improve flyers’ experience and let it partner with additional airlines. Read More

Sean Spicer's resignation may mean the end of Melissa McCarthy's 'SNL' character

Sean Spicer's resignation may mean the end of Melissa McCarthy's 'SNL' character

‘Spicy’ returns to ‘SNL’ Sean Spicer’s resignation Friday doesn’t just mean the end of his time as White House press secretary. It also likely means the end of one of the all-time great “Saturday Night Live” impersonations: Melissa McCarthy’s Sean “Spicy” Spicer. “It is not too much to say that Melissa McCarthy turned in the → Read More

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