A record-breaking $107 million poured in for President Trump’s inauguration celebration from corporate giants, business titans and a roster of NFL owners, raising new questions about the influence of money in politics. On Tuesday, the 58th Presidential Inaugural Committee (PIC), an organization
Under Armour 's most prominent spokespeople -- Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson , Misty Copeland, and Steph Curry -- are all speaking out against comments that Kevin Plank, the brand's CEO, recently made in support of President Donald Trump . Johnson, 44, took to Instagram Thursday clarifying to his fan
President-elect Donald Trump announced Andrew Liveris as his pick to lead his Manufacturing Council at a stop on his thank-you tour in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Friday evening. The Dow Chemical CEO then took the stage to announce a new state of the art innovation center in Michigan. According to a
Ronald Gasser, the man who allegedly shot and killed former NFL player Joe Mcknight, has been charged with manslaughter.
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Morning Money Memo: ABC News’ John Kapetaneas reports: You may want to check that ticket again. Nearly 1,000 customers of the online ticket exchange StubHub are the latest victims of cyberthieves. The San Francisco-based, eBay-owned company Tuesday said that while the thieves did not hack...
The United States and its allies moved fast in recent days to confirm that Syrian ruler Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons on his own citizens as part of a civil war offensive that's killed an estimated 100,000 people. Recent reports suggest Assad attacked civilians with Sarin , a deadly nerve
Why doctors, cops and parents are growing more concerned about a party drug called "Smiles."
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Morning Business Memo: It’s nothing less than a remarkable about-face. One of the architects of mega banking is now calling for the breakup of the world’s largest banks. Sandy Weill, formerly CEO of Citigroup, told CNBC: “What we should probably do is go and split...