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Trump's debt from his businesses and other properties is held by more than 150 financial institutions, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Viacom is expected to promote Sarah Kirshbaum Levy to chief operating officer of its global entertainment group.
It's a big hiring day for the Trump administration.
President-elect Donald Trump urged Republicans not to let the pressure off Democrats.
California's attorney general's office found repeated violations of foreclosure laws at OneWest, according to The Intercept.
The blockchain industry is looking to gain a global voice with a new blockchain advocacy group, the Global Blockchain Business Council.
The Facebook CEO said Tuesday his challenge for 2017 is to visit and meet people in every state by the end of the year, USA Today reports.
CFTC Chairman Timothy Massad tendered his resignation, saying, "I am proud we have made significant progress in every area."
Hussein Sajwani outlines his close ties to Ivanka and says he hopes to do more business with the president-elect's kids, NBC News reports.
The business community will be waiting to see if the president-elect's oft-tweeted plans will become legislation, Adena Friedman says.
The New York Times looks back at the year that was to toast and roast the year's deal makers and look ahead to what may come next.
Looking to move abroad in 2017? Six of the top ten countries for a successful expat career are in Europe, according to HSBC.
Bill Ackman turned on Mike Pearson, replacing him with Joe Papa hoping that Valeant could be turned around, The New York Times reports.
Zuckerberg's DIY project got some pretty high-end help. Jarvis is actually built on top of an elite smart home technology by Crestron.
President-elect Donald Trump had said: "It's time for our country to move on to bigger and better things."
Even in Silicon Valley, courting female executives to join tech company boards is particularly cutthroat. NYT reports.
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