The next start-up to go public may be fueled by GOP election spending


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The next start-up to go public may be fueled by GOP election spending
Trade Desk’s ad tech is serving Senate Republicans trying to keep their seats. The company is now headed for an IPO.

Mark Cuban fires back at Jack Welch on Twitter over Clinton Foundation
Billionaire Mark Cuban has picked another fight on Twitter, this time with former General Electric CEO Jack Welch.

Obama in flood-ravaged Louisiana: ‘I don’t worry too much about politics’
President Obama said federal assistance to Louisiana flood recovery hit $127 million, but he called on private citizens to help.

Trump gets all Obama on immigration
On immigration, Trump is now attempting an adjustment toward Obama that can only be described as huge on a Trumpian scale.

Want to go to a Clinton or Trump fundraiser? It’ll cost you big
Clinton has triple the number of fundraisers that Trump has had, but his events charge more money.

Trump’s deportation plan: ‘Do the same thing’ as Obama but ‘with a lot more energy’
Donald Trump now says that he’ll distinguish between “bad” undocumented immigrants and “everybody else.”

Ann Coulter: If Clinton wins, there’s ‘no hope’ for GOP future
A Hillary Clinton presidency would stack the deck with future voters, conservative author Ann Coulter tells CNBC.

The ask from Bono is fun, but why emails for Hillary Clinton are still serious
A new batch of Clinton emails isn’t only a fascinating glimpse into the daily lives of the global elite.

On Jimmy Kimmel, Hillary Clinton jokes about health rumors, email woes
Hillary Clinton laughed off any questions about her health and stamina during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night, NBC News reports.

Donald Trump calls for special prosecutor to investigate Clinton Foundation
Donald Trump urged the Justice Department to investigate if donors to the Clinton Foundation got special treatment from the State Department.

Judge orders State Department to review 14,900 Clinton emails
A judge ordered the U.S. State Department to review for possible release 14,900 of Hillary Clinton’s emails and attachments.

Hedge funds to Trump: Sorry, we’re not there yet
Lofty predictions for sizable hedge fund industry support for the Donald Trump presidential campaign have fallen short.

AP investigation shows some Trump staffers mock Muslims and Mexicans, call for John Kerry to be hanged
Some of the GOP nominee’s staffers have used social media to push inflammatory messages about race and religion.

A 12-year-old runs Trump campaign operations in key Colorado county
Presidential candidate Donald Trump is getting some campaign help from a young organizer in Colorado, KMOV reports.

Economists see Clinton, Johnson better suited to manage economy than Trump
GOP nominee Donald Trump may be in second place among voters, but among the nation’s economists he’s coming in third.

Trump holdings have $650M in debt, double the amount he’s revealed publicly
His businesses have at least $650 million in debt, a figure that is double what his federal election filing shows.

Pro-Clinton PAC raises $9.9 million in July, gets $3 million from hedge funder
A super PAC backing Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid raised nearly $10 million in July.

Writer of Melania Trump’s controversial speech listed on campaign payroll
The writer of Melania Trump’s controversial Republican National Convention speech was paid by Donald Trump’s campaign.

Trump Campaign Manager Conway: Immigrant deportation force ‘to be determined’
Trump’s campaign manager said that the creation of a “deportation force” for undocumented immigrants under a Trump administration was “to be determined.” NBC News reports.

Libertarian nominee Johnson: ‘This is the demise of the Republican Party’
Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson sat down with CNBC’s John Harwood to discuss his old party, marijuana and making the debates.

Trump’s new campaign manager: Clinton could have ‘totally put us away’
Kellyanne Conway says the Clinton campaign made a “grievous error” keeping her in hiding during Trump’s rough patch.

Florida governor confirms Zika transmission in Miami Beach
Florida officials said on Friday they have identified a new area of Zika virus transmission through local mosquitoes in a small area in Miami Beach.

Trump campaign chief Manafort resigns after being pushed aside
Paul Manafort’s resignation comes days after Trump brought in Breitbart News’ Steve Bannon as campaign CEO.

Trump’s first national TV ad hits Clinton on ‘rigged’ system, border security
“In Hillary Clinton’s America, the system stays rigged against Americans,” Trump’s first nation TV ad says.

Trump or Clinton—Why the next US president could upset global growth
Moody’s said the “most immediate” risk to the global economic outlook is associated with the U.S. presidential election in November.

Fed’s Williams: Waiting too long to hike rates could be costly
John Williams joined a growing chorus of his colleagues signaling support for an interest rate hike in coming months.

US says $400 million payment to Iran was contingent on release of prisoners
The State Department says a $400 million cash payment to Iran was contingent on the release of American prisoners.

Health providers may be steering people to Obamacare to get higher reimbursement
The inquiry relates to people who are eligible for Medicare and Medicaid.

Trump advisers Manafort, Gates waged covert campaign for previous Ukraine rulers
A firm run by Donald Trump’s campaign chairman orchestrated a covert Washington lobbying operation on behalf of Ukraine’s ruling political party.

Hillary Clinton told FBI Colin Powell advised her to use private email: NYT
Hillary Clinton told the FBI that former Secretary of State Colin Powell had advised using personal email, the NYT reported on Thursday.

‘Donald Trump’ seen in the nude
A lifelike foam statue of Donald Trump naked was seen in several U.S. Cities yesterday. It left many in giggles, but it didn’t please everyone.

Trump says he regrets past remarks that ’caused personal pain’
Donald Trump recently faced a barrage of criticism when he attacked the family of a fallen Muslim American soldier.

My GOP friends worry about losing Senate because of Trump: Dem Bill Richardson
Republicans are concerned that Donald Trump’s candidacy may hurt down-ballot races, Democrat Bill Richardson tells CNBC.

It’s a myth: Voters really don’t hate Clinton AND Trump
Voters don’t hate both Clinton and Trump, they hate either Clinton or Trump.

Here’s what happened to the people without health insurance since Obamacare
A dramatic drop in the uninsured rate nationally has not been matched in states that did not expand Medicaid.

Trump’s missteps, drop in polls weigh on his donors
Donald Trump’s donors are increasingly concerned about a return of investment as they weigh giving more to his campaign.

Why lying about Trump’s place in polls is a disservice
A CNN interview that went viral underscores why lying about poll results is perilous in presidential politics.

Trump casinos’ $30M tax debt was settled for $5M after Christie took office
By the end of 2011, NJ agreed to accept 17 cents on the dollar of what Trump casinos owed, the NYT reports.

Trump ‘consorts with bigotry,’ so I’m voting Clinton, ex-Reagan aide says
Former Reagan aide Frank Lavin says Trump’s poor business acumen also make him unfit to occupy the Oval Office.

Fed’s Dudley upbeat on US employment, return of middle-wage jobs
Strong recent U.S. jobs growth and a long-awaited return of middle-wage employment are two positive signs for the U.S. labor market, said Fed’s Dudley.

Idea of a Trump White House leaves Germany angry and anxious
From the pinnacles of business to the streets of Berlin, Germans are worried about Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Hillary Clinton twists the knife in Donald Trump’s tax proposals
Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump’s tax plan would benefit people in his own bracket.

Fed minutes: Some FOMC voters thought a rate hike may be needed soon
The July minutes showed that FOMC members were generally upbeat about the U.S. economic outlook.

Trump University curriculum pushed students to legal limit: Exclusive

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