Donald Trump made his name on television before becoming the Republican nominee, but a new report suggests his plan after Election Day may be to return to the small screen.
Trump’s son-in-law, New York Observer publisher Jared Kushner, reached out to an investment bank founder Aryeh Bourkoff to discuss a possible Trump network after the election, Financial Times reported Monday. The conversation with Bourkoff, who is also chief executive of the bank LionTree and known for advising media deals, was short and has stalled since, according to Financial Times.
The meeting bolsters rumors of a Trump media company should he lose the presidential race: Vanity Fair reported in June after Trump had clinched the nomination that he was considering starting his own media platform.
When you have a cold or are suffering from allergies, tissues are a must-have, but the cost can rack up when you’re buying them all the time. Have you ever considered using toilet paper instead? Here are a few good reasons why you should.
We’ve all grabbed a few squares from the bathroom roll in a pinch, but using toilet paper over tissues is actually a more cost-effective choice in the long run. On average, a box of tissues has 65 sheets and breaks down to about 2 cents per sheet. However, a roll of toilet paper has nearly four times as many sheets as a box of tissues and costs half as much.
Most people know Sean Hyman from his regular appearances on Fox Business, CNBC, and Bloomberg Television, but what they don’t know is that Sean is a former pastor, and that his secret to investing is woven within the Bible. Perhaps that can explain why, despite his uncanny ability to predict precise moves in the stock market, Sean is often laughed at for his unique stance on investing. For example . . . a few months ago Sean appeared on Bloomberg Television. At that time, Best Buy (BBY) was dropping to all-time lows of $16 a share. Sean predicted the stock could go down to $11 a share, and would then quickly rebound to $25 per share, and after that would rally to $40 per share over the next year. Another commentator on the show actually mocked Sean for his stance, saying “$40 on Best Buy? If that’s the case Apple (AAPL) is going to $1,500. That’s the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard!” (Editor’s Note: At the time, Apple was trading at $650 per share). Within a few weeks, Sean would receive the last laugh.
Celebrities make more money than we simpletons do — that isn’t entirely new. But learning exactly how much they’re worth? Now, that’s sometimes hard to believe.
Take Julia Louis-Dreyfus, for example. She’s a gifted comedian, no doubt, who managed to break “The ‘Seinfeld’ Curse,” but did you know she’s worth a whopping $3 billion, thanks largely to family money?
And did you know Keanu Reeves, he of “Matrix” fame, is estimated to be worth more than Bruce Springsteen and Ozzy Osbourne combined?
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Reusing everyday items can lead to a good deal of savings over time. Here, our experts discuss ways to repurpose common objects that are both useful in the kitchen and budget-friendly.
For instance, when you buy a bunch of oranges, think twice before tossing those mesh produce bags. With three of them you can make a handy and effective scrub sponge for free. First, cut off the tags and labels. Then, take a bag and tie a knot on one end. Next, stuff it with two more bags, and then knot the other end. You’ll have a great scrubber in seconds.