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NYC conservative strategist Alexandra Sherer joins Salon''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s Carrie Sheffield to discuss feminism in the age of Trump VIDEO
Donald Trump''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s "blame the liberals" talk belongs to a long right-wing tradition of white victimology and conspiracy theory
If you measure President Donald Trump’s conflicts of interest by the amount of money at stake, or the variety of dicey interactions with government regulators, one dwarfs any other: his relationship with Deutsche Bank. Because the president has not sold his company, the bank remains a central arena for potential conflicts between his family’s business interests and the actions of officials in his administration.
China’s extensive state censorship is just one example of the challenges that companies frequently confront when doing business globally. In an excerpt from his new book, former GE legal counsel Ben W. Heineman, Jr. examines the “recurrent dilemma” confronting businesses when a corporation’s global ethical standards collide with national law.
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