Jesse Eisinger outlined why he doesn't see philanthropy as a substitute for government, and how the US tax system is hugely flawed.
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"We don't leave anybody behind in Denmark," says Djaffar Shalchi. "I don't see people sleeping in the streets like I see in many other countries."
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ProPublica defended its decision to publish tax information of the mega-rich without knowing the identity - or motivations - of its source.
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The Icahn Enterprises boss said his taxable income was zero in 2016 and 2017 because his investment expenses exceeded his returns in those years.
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Robert Stephan Cohen recently sat down with Insider for an exclusive interview. Here's what he told us about how America's elite divide astronomical wealth.
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Experts told Page Six that estate lawyers in divorce filings is unusual, and it could lead to a change in the Gates kids' $10 million inheritance.
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Melinda Gates' divorce lawyer Robert Cohen has represented Ivana Trump, James Gandolfini, and Michael Bloomberg.
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Financial-services firms spent much more on Biden than on Trump, and Bloomberg LP spent more than any other firm, data suggests.
The Chinese capital gained 33 billionaires in 2020 for total of 100, just edging out New York City with its 99 billionaires.
Maman got jobs with Andrew Yang and Mike Bloomberg by cold-emailing their campaigns. Before that, the 21-year-old was a fidget spinner entrepreneur.
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2020 was an unprecedented year full of some of the biggest events that rocked Americans to their core. Here's a recap of the year's biggest stories.
$8 billion was spent on political ads in 2020 - the most in history - but there is little evidence those ads worked.
"People assume Congress is so incompetent and so inept and Big Tech companies are so smart they'll figure out how to stop them," said Tusk.
"If he tries it today, I want you to trip him and I'm gonna sit on him," former New York Gov. David Paterson recalls Christie saying.
LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman is one of the Democratic Party's most prominent donors — but what does it mean to disrupt an election?
Bodyguards go through intense training to protect celebrities, CEOs, and politicians. Global Threat Solutions' bodyguards have protected Joe Biden.
Illustration by Alex Castro Twitter will start prompting high-profile political accounts to take heightened security measures ahead of the 2020 US election, the company announced Thursday. In a blog post, Twitter said that administration officials, members of Congress, political campaigns, major news outlets, political journalists, and other government officials will be prompted to take enhanced security measures ahead of the election. Over the next few days, Twitter will be automatically turning on password reset protection for these accounts while recommending that these high-profile users turn on two-factor authentication. These accounts will also be required to use strong passwords. “Voters, political candidates, elected officials and journalists rely on... Continue reading…
The former 2020 Democratic presidential candidate is reportedly committing at least $100 million in an effort to boost Joe Biden in Florida.
Some of the campaign's expenditures have been puzzling, with millions spent on ads with little electoral impact in a seeming bid to please Trump.
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