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EXCLUSIVE Bankman-Fried’s FTX, parents bought Bahamas property worth $121 mln

FTX unit bought 7 condos in high-end resort for “key personnel” Bankman-Fried’s parents named owners of $16.4 mln vacation home Bankman and Fried tell Reuters: Seeking to return deed to FTX NEW PROVIDENCE, Bahamas, Nov 22 (Reuters) – Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX, his parents and senior executives of the failed cryptocurrency exchange bought at least 19 […]

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Donald Trump appeals New York court order for watchdog at company

NEW YORK, Nov 7 (Reuters) – Former U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday appealed a judge’s order to install a watchdog at the Trump Organization before a civil fraud case by the state’s attorney general goes to trial. Manhattan-based Justice Arthur Engoron on Thursday granted state Attorney General Letitia James’ request to appoint an independent […]

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Trump’s company ‘cheated’ tax authorities, prosecutor says at trial

NEW YORK, Oct 31 (Reuters) – Former President Donald Trump’s real estate company cheated tax authorities for 15 years, a prosecutor said on Monday in her opening statement in the Trump Organization’s criminal tax fraud trial, while defense lawyers countered that the company’s longtime chief financial officer had acted for his own benefit. The company […]

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Hardly anyone is buying condos in Toronto anymore as market keeps plummeting

While renters in Toronto are competing neck-and-neck for apartments that keep going up in price, the city’s housing market is in a very different situation that would better be described as “in hot water” than “red-hot.” The number of residential real estate sales in the GTA has been dropping dramatically for months now, while the number of listings […]

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Trump Organization ready to call ex-CFO a liar as tax fraud trial begins

NEW YORK, Oct 24 (Reuters) – Jury selection began on Monday in the tax fraud trial of former U.S. President Donald Trump’s company, with the Trump Organization ready to accuse its longtime chief financial officer of lying in a criminal case in which it is accused of awarding “off the books” benefits to some senior […]

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This $2.1 million Toronto mansion is spooky as hell

A sprawling detached home in downtown Toronto just hit the market for less than one might expect given its size, location and history — but a lot of would-be buyers might be put off by the property before they even step in its front door. The home appears ominous from the get-go, and it’s hard to […]

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Nedd Brockmann: Million Dollar Run From Perth To Bondi Smashes Target – The Project

Nedd Brockmann: Million Dollar Run From Perth To Bondi Smashes Target  The Project Calls for 23yo to be ‘Australian of the Year’  news.com.au Nedd Brockmann run: mega-marathon to end in Bondi  Sydney Morning Herald Man running from Perth to Sydney for charity arriving in Bondi on Monday  Sky News Australia View Full coverage on Google News

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Toronto landlord asks for $3,500 a month for a bachelor apartment

This week in absurd Toronto apartment listings that show just how zany (read: dire) the market is right now, one Toronto landlord is trying to rent out a bachelor unit for a whopping $3,500 per month when the average price for an apartment of that size in the GTA is at $1,770, which is still considered shockingly […]

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Trump’s company seeks to avoid consequences from lawsuit, NY prosecutor says

NEW YORK, Oct 13 (Reuters) – Donald Trump’s family company is trying to restructure itself to avoid potential consequences from a lawsuit accusing the Trump Organization, Trump and three of his adult children of fraud, New York state Attorney General Letitia James said on Thursday. James urged a New York state court in Manhattan to […]

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BUSINESS

IMF warns of slowing growth, rising market risks as finance officials meet

WASHINGTON, Oct 11 (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday that colliding pressures from inflation, war-driven energy and food crises and sharply higher interest rates were pushing the world to the brink of recession and threatening financial market stability. In gloomy reports issued at the start of the first in-person International Monetary Fund […]

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