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Trump says won't divest from his business while president - Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would maintain ownership of his global business empire but hand off control to his two oldest sons while president, an arrangement that watchdogs said would not prevent ...and more »

It 'Falls Short in Every Respect': Ethics Experts Pan Trump's Conflicts Plan - New York Times

Ethics experts rebutted key parts of Donald J. Trump's plan to address conflicts of interest hours after the plan was presented by Sheri A. Dillon, a lawyer for the Trump Organization. Sheri A. Dillon. Speaking at Trump Tower on Jan. 11 on the Trump ...and more »

Trump to hand over businesses to sons - The Hill

President-elect Donald Trump · Donald John Trump20 weeks out from midterms, Dems and GOP brace for surprises Sessions responds to Nazi comparisons: 'They were keeping the Jews from leaving' Kim Jong Un to visit Beijing this week MORE is handing ...and more »

Trump Refuses To Divest Assets, Passes Control To Sons - Forbes

By Dan Alexander, Chase Peterson-Withorn and Jennifer Wang. Donald Trump will not divest from his business empire and will instead hand over control of his companies to sons Eric and Donald Jr., along with his longtime Chief Financial Officer Allen ...and more »

Meet The Two Trump Sons Who Will Reign Over His Multi-Billion Dollar Empire - Forbes

In his first news conference since Election Day, Donald Trump announced that his two eldest sons, Donald Jr. and Eric Trump, will control his sprawling real estate business alongside longtime Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer, Allen Weisselberg.and more »

Trump's Plans on Businesses May Fall Short - New York Times

President-elect Donald J. Trump said Wednesday that he would place his vast business empire in a trust controlled by his two oldest sons and take other steps in an attempt to remove any suggestion of a conflict of interest with his decisions as president.and more »

Why Trump's Conflict-of-Interest Plan Won't Prevent Conflicts of Interest - The Atlantic

President-elect Donald Trump announced at a press conference Wednesday that he is transferring control of his company to his sons, a plan that falls far short of what ethics experts have advised for the president-elect to prevent conflicts of interest ...and more »

Head of Ethics Office Speaks Out. Some Republicans Ask, Was It Ethical? - New York Times

WASHINGTON — Until recently, few had heard of Walter M. Shaub Jr. or the agency he leads, the Office of Government Ethics, viewed in Washington as an unloved but necessary barrier against ethical violations by federal appointees. But now Mr. Shaub, ...and more »

Trump to Step Down From Business But Won't Divest Ownership - Bloomberg

President-elect Donald Trump will leave his positions at the various companies of the Trump Organization, but he will not divest his ownership, raising questions about whether he has adequately addressed conflict-of-interest concerns. “I could actually ...and more »

Trump's foreign network - Washington Post

Donald Trump will enter the White House with a network of unorthodox foreign contacts — some of them high-living risk-takers, some with past trouble with the law — who have done business with him in nations from Latin America to the Middle East to Asia.and more »