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By Michael R. Sisak, Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
A Manhattan judge said Thursday he will appoint an independent monitor for former President Donald Trump's real estate empire, restricting his company's ability to freely make deals, sell assets and change its corporate structure.
By Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
For years, as Donald Trump was soaring from reality TV star to the White House, his real estate empire was bankrolling big perks for some of his most trusted senior executives, including apartments and luxury cars.
The Trump Organization, the holding company for Trump’s buildings, golf courses and other assets, is accused of helping some top executives avoid income taxes on compensation they got in addition to their salaries, like rent-free apartments and luxury cars.
New York’s attorney general sued Trump and his company for fraud on Wednesday, alleging they padded his net worth by billions of dollars by lying about the value of prized assets including golf courses, hotels and his homes at Trump…
By Associated Press
Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg, who had worked with the family for decades, pleaded guilty Thursday to 15 counts involving tax fraud. As part of a plea deal, he will be required to testify in the upcoming trial against the…
A top executive at former President Donald Trump's family business has pleaded guilty to evading taxes.
By Jennifer Peltz, Michelle L. Price, Associated Press
The ex-president, son Donald Jr. and daughter Ivanka had been scheduled for depositions — a term for out-of-court questioning under oath — starting as soon as Friday. But New York Attorney General Letitia James’ office said it had agreed to…
Former President Donald Trump has paid the $110,000 in fines he racked up after being held in contempt of court for being slow to respond to a civil subpoena issued by New York's attorney general.
By Michael Sisak, Associated Press
Lawyers for Donald Trump's longtime finance chief, Allen Weisselberg, are asking a judge to throw out tax fraud charges against him, arguing New York prosecutors targeted him as punishment because he wouldn't flip on the former president…
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