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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, revealed to the FOX Business Network’s Neil Cavuto, after Clinton and Trump’s first presidential debate on Monday, why he stopped supporting Donald Trump.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, revealed to the FOX Business Network’s Neil Cavuto, after Clinton and Trump’s first presidential debate on Monday, why he stopped supporting Donald Trump.
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The Donald may not have admitted to not paying taxes on the $649 Million he "earned" in 2015, but he all but conceded the point.
His tax plan, if elected would lower taxes on the wealthiest Americans by 18%...
I am not siding with slick-Hilly and her criminal activity.
I would like to see the gov't be more of an equal representation of their constituancy.
2016 financial demo looks something like this:
12% earn up to $15k
11% earn up to $25k
10% earn up to $35k
13% earn up to $50k
17% earn up to $75k
11% earn up to $100k
13% earn up to $150k
5% earn up to $200k
4% earn up to $350k
1% earn over $350k
(3% margin of error)
Currently, 87% of the population is NOT equally represented in our gov't.
Over 45% of our population are low income while 0% of our gov't officials are low income.
An additional 40+% are middle income and once elected 0% of our gov't fits this demographic either.

So, continue to argue over which rich crook is better for this country.

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Continental Resources (CLR) CEO Harold Hamm and Trump campaign Finance Chairman Steven Mnuchin weighed in on the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and the candidates’ competing plans for U.S. energy and the economy.
Continental Resources (NYSE:CLR) CEO Harold Hamm and Trump campaign Finance Chairman Steven Mnuchin weighed in on the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and the candidates’ competing plans for U.S. energy and the economy.
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Does the government have an obligation to support the coal miners' union pension? This is the latest contentious issue circulating Capitol Hill, as a new bipartisan bill to prop up the retirement funds of the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) makes its way through the Senate after clearing the Senate Finance Committee. 
Does the government have an obligation to support the coal miners’ union pension?
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When the coal company files bankruptcy then invest in a sister corporation to legally breach contracts, absofuckinglutely! I know several of these men personally. Wtf is wrong with this country. 
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Clinton presidential campaign chairman John Podesta appeared on the FOX Business Network’s Morning’s with Maria to discuss the first presidential debate, saying “Clinton rocked it."
Clinton presidential campaign chairman John Podesta appeared on the FOX Business Network’s Morning’s with Maria to discuss the first presidential debate, saying “Clinton rocked it.
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Clinton rocked it with her bias paid to order MSNBC
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The boutique investment bank created by veteran financial executives Joseph Perella and Peter Weinberg is in the final stages of negotiating a merger with the Houston-based bank Tudor Pickering Holt & Co., in a transaction that underscores the fragile nature of Wall Street deal making business as smaller firms seek savings amid a decline in activity, the FOX Business Network has learned.
The boutique investment bank created by veteran financial executives Joseph Perella and Peter Weinberg is in the final stages of negotiating a merger with the Houston-based bank Tudor Pickering Holt & Co., in a transaction that underscores the fragile nature of Wall Street deal making business as smaller firms seek savings amid a decline in activity, the FOX Business Network has learned.
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Despite weak business spending, rising wages, Brexit aftermath, five developed nations with negative rate policy, and a borderline schizophrenic U.S. presidential election, 2016 has turned out to be fairly unexciting for markets and U.S. equities are on-track to deliver the humble returns.
Spend less time thinking of the next crash and start preparing for its inevitability.
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After falling out of favor along with other growth stocks at the start of a volatile year, technology sector-related exchange traded funds have outperformed in recent months.
Several ETFs offer easy exposure to a basket of tech stocks that are taking off....
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Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson emphatically refuted the idea of dropping out of the 2016 presidential race. In an interview with the FOX Business Network’s Mornings with Maria, the former Governor Johnson said he takes offense to the comparison of being more of a Ralph Nader instead of a Ross Perot.
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson emphatically refuted the idea of dropping out of the 2016 presidential race.
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Tuesday's rundown! Spoiler: it's mostly about the debate.
Debate, debate, and more debate -The first head-to-head match-up down in the history books… so which candidate got what they wanted out of it?
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Stiff competition from rival brands Adidas and Under Armour (UA) has some Wall Street firms wary about Nike Inc.’s (NKE) short-term outlook, even as the brand’s overall business remains strong.
Stiff competition from rival brands Adidas and Under Armour has some Wall Street firms wary about Nike Inc.’s short-term outlook, even as the brand’s overall business remains strong.
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Truck buyers faced a dwindling selection of midsize pickup trucks after Detroit’s Big 3 all headed for the exits by 2012. Then General Motors (GM) brought back its small trucks in 2014, and Toyota (TM) revamped its decade-old Tacoma a year later. Now it’s Honda’s (HMC) turn.
The Ridgeline enters a newly competitive market thanks to hot-selling midsize trucks from GM and Toyota.
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Shares of Deutsche Bank on Monday slid to a new low, as German President Angela Merkel ruled out the possibility of a state-sponsored bailout for the bank as investors around the world question its financial health.
Jill Stein talks bank bailouts and debate participation.
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