• From Wholesale Ice to Ice Skating Rinks: Four of Donald Trump's Oddest Revenue Streams

    One year ago - By Fortune

    For his duties as president, Donald Trump gets paid $400,000 per year-along with another $169,000 for travel, expenses, and entertainment. That's hardly chump change, but it doesn't come close to the income of his other business operations.
    Trump, of course, owns dozens of hotels and golf courses. And it's no secret he runs plenty of other businesses as well. But in his financial disclosure form , released earlier this week, he disclosed a few businesses that were rather unexpected.
    Here's a look some of the oddest income sources.
    Trump Ice: $280,899
    Though Trump did once sell a bottled...
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  • Trump's bonfire of the treaties sweeps towards the WTO

    One year ago - By Reuters

    GENEVA - President Donald Trump has the World Trade Organization in a chokehold, and the United States has made clear what he wants: no more judicial rulings that interpret WTO rules to Washington's disadvantage.
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  • A Chinese State Bank Offered Dinner With Trump for $150,000. The Trump Campaign Was Not Amused

    One year ago - By Fortune

    China's second-largest state-owned bank offered wealthy clients the opportunity to have dinner with the American president for $150,000 a ticket, spurring a complaint from Donald Trump's re-election campaign to the U.S. Department of Justice.
    A branch of China Construction Bank Corp. invited high-net-worth clients willing to pay the ticket price to a May 31 dinner in Dallas, according to an invitation seen by Bloomberg News and confirmed with bank staff. Chinese participants would have the opportunity to communicate with U.S. "tycoons," take photos with Trump and get his autograph...
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