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Billionaire entrepreneur and potential presidential candidate Mark Cuban said yesterday that a cut in the U.S. corporate tax rate would have little to no effect on his investment decisions.
Here's what he meant by that.
It will be many months - quite likely years - before we learn how much the ongoing Trump-Russia probe cost.
But it will take tens of millions of taxpayer funds to top these former federal investigations.
Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban admitted yesterday that he's "actively considering" a 2020 presidential run.
The Dallas Mavericks owner then went into detail about certain policy changes he'd enact and why.
But the media glossed over those details - even though they pertain to each and every American.
If the Iran nuclear deal fails, U.S. companies will suffer never-before-seen security breaches thanks to Tehran's "hacker army."
This particular cyber militia has been honing its skills and expanding for years.
So much so that the country now uses it as leverage against international threats.
Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban responded to U.S. President Donald Trump calling for NFL owners to "fire" players who protest during the national anthem.
The Dallas Mavericks owner turned the debate on its head by making it about "Big Money."
President Trump will attend the UN meetings this week for the first time as America's commander-in-chief.
And he's expected to ask more of the United Nations while requesting less U.S. responsibility to the group at the same time.
President Trump's tax plan is to bolster the economy and create jobs by lowering the corporate tax rate.
But his plan also includes simplifying the tax code, which could be worse for businesses than it sounds.
Trump's tax plan was released in brief this past April, with promises of a more detailed version to come later this month.
But one nonpartisan tax policy firm found that, if POTUS' April guidelines are left unchanged, then the rich stand to benefit...
President Trump took to Twitter to issue another grim statement about North Korea today, and the markets took a dip.
U.S. President Donald Trump's tax reform plan boasts some incredible benefits for Americans - and for big businesses in particular.
For instance, his corporate tax cut proposal could see more companies keeping their headquarters stateside, therefore creating more jobs.
Donald Trump's tax plan will soon include child tax credits for the middle class.
But this expansion could open the proverbial bipartisan "flood gates."
If the Trump-South Korea meeting this week results in a stalemate, then North Korea could be left to launch weapons unrestrained.
Here's a look at President Trump and President Moon's starkly different policy approaches on Kim Jong Un's dynasty.
U.S. President Donald Trump's tweet yesterday about China's failure to halt North Korea's aggression caused immediate media stir.
Some outlets suspected POTUS was preparing for war, while others believed coercion was the post's true intent.