Here’s what investors need to know about the political calls for big tech regulation

Here’s what investors need to know about the political calls for big tech regulation4 Hours AgoFacebook is making some big changes on how it targets ads to users in the face of anger from both sides of the political aisle. Gene Munster, founder and managing partner of Loup Ventures, and Ed Lee, New York Times media reporter, join “Squawk Box” to discuss the regulations facing the tech industry.


Here’s what investors need to know about the political calls for big tech regulation4 Hours AgoFacebook is making some big changes on how it targets ads to users in the face of anger from both sides of the political aisle. Gene Munster, founder and managing partner of Loup Ventures, and Ed Lee, New York Times media reporter, join “Squawk Box” to discuss the regulations facing the tech industry.
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Here's what investors need to know about the political calls for big tech regulation

Here’s what investors need to know about the political calls for big tech regulation

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Facebook is making some big changes on how it targets ads to users in the face of anger from both sides of the political aisle. Gene Munster, founder and managing partner of Loup Ventures, and Ed Lee, New York Times media reporter, join “Squawk Box” to discuss the regulations facing the tech industry.


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Deutsche Bank loaned $2 billion to Donald Trump over two decades: NYT

Deutsche Bank loaned more than $2 billion to Donald Trump before he became U.S. president — despite multiple red flags surrounding Trump, The New York Times reported on Monday. The Times report comes after Germany’s two largest lenders, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, confirmed on Sunday that they were in talks about a merger. Over the years, Trump used loans provided by Deutsche Bank to build skyscrapers and other high-end properties, the Times reported. Deutsche Bank declined to comment on the


Deutsche Bank loaned more than $2 billion to Donald Trump before he became U.S. president — despite multiple red flags surrounding Trump, The New York Times reported on Monday. The Times report comes after Germany’s two largest lenders, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, confirmed on Sunday that they were in talks about a merger. Over the years, Trump used loans provided by Deutsche Bank to build skyscrapers and other high-end properties, the Times reported. Deutsche Bank declined to comment on the
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Deutsche Bank loaned $2 billion to Donald Trump over two decades: NYT

Deutsche Bank loaned more than $2 billion to Donald Trump before he became U.S. president — despite multiple red flags surrounding Trump, The New York Times reported on Monday.

The Times interviewed more than 20 former and current executives and board members at Deutsche Bank for the report, which outlined how Trump managed to secure financing from the German bank for nearly two decades despite his bankruptcies and being considered a risky client by other lenders.

The Times report comes after Germany’s two largest lenders, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, confirmed on Sunday that they were in talks about a merger. German-traded shares of both banks jumped higher on Monday.

According to the newspaper, in some instances, Trump exaggerated his wealth and promised to reward bankers with a weekend at Mar-a-Lago — his private club in Palm Beach, Florida — in order to get loans.

Over the years, Trump used loans provided by Deutsche Bank to build skyscrapers and other high-end properties, the Times reported. For the German bank, its relationship with Trump was key in building its investment-banking business, the report said.

Deutsche Bank declined to comment on the Times report. The Trump Organization and the White House did not immediately reply to CNBC’s request for comment.

Trump’s relationship with Deutsche Bank has come under scrutiny in the U.S. The New York attorney general’s office and the Democratic-controlled Intelligence Committee and Financial Services Committee in Congress have been looking into the president’s financial ties with the German bank.

For the full report on U.S. President Donald Trump’s relationship with Deutsche Bank, read The New York Times.


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‘Apprentice’ contestant’s Trump defamation suit can proceed

A New York appeals court has ruled that President Donald Trump isn’t immune from a defamation lawsuit filed by a former “Apprentice” contestant who accused him of unwanted kissing and groping. The decision lets Zervos’ suit proceed and increases the prospect that Trump could have to sit for sworn questioning. Zervos was among over a dozen women who emerged during Trump’s 2016 campaign with allegations of sexual misconduct years earlier. Trump’s lawyers have said the case shouldn’t go forward whi


A New York appeals court has ruled that President Donald Trump isn’t immune from a defamation lawsuit filed by a former “Apprentice” contestant who accused him of unwanted kissing and groping. The decision lets Zervos’ suit proceed and increases the prospect that Trump could have to sit for sworn questioning. Zervos was among over a dozen women who emerged during Trump’s 2016 campaign with allegations of sexual misconduct years earlier. Trump’s lawyers have said the case shouldn’t go forward whi
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'Apprentice' contestant's Trump defamation suit can proceed

A New York appeals court has ruled that President Donald Trump isn’t immune from a defamation lawsuit filed by a former “Apprentice” contestant who accused him of unwanted kissing and groping.

A state Supreme Court Appellate Division panel issued its ruling Thursday in a case brought by Summer Zervos.

The decision lets Zervos’ suit proceed and increases the prospect that Trump could have to sit for sworn questioning.

Zervos was among over a dozen women who emerged during Trump’s 2016 campaign with allegations of sexual misconduct years earlier. He called the women liars.

Trump’s lawyers have said the case shouldn’t go forward while he’s in office. They also say his comments were opinions and protected free speech. They say they plan to issue a response Thursday afternoon.

Zervos’ lawyers say Trump’s words were factual falsehoods that subjected her to threats.


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Senate vote on Trump’s emergency plan shows the dividends Democrats are reaping from midterms

If it clears the Republican-led Senate on Thursday, Democrats lack the votes to override him. Congress shielded the president from oversight; House and Senate leaders shielded their members from casting politically perilous votes. The shift in White House accountability has attracted the most attention so far, for good reason. Pelosi can also force votes on popular issues that divide the GOP while uniting, at least rhetorically, Democrats and the White House. Even if none of those measures wins


If it clears the Republican-led Senate on Thursday, Democrats lack the votes to override him. Congress shielded the president from oversight; House and Senate leaders shielded their members from casting politically perilous votes. The shift in White House accountability has attracted the most attention so far, for good reason. Pelosi can also force votes on popular issues that divide the GOP while uniting, at least rhetorically, Democrats and the White House. Even if none of those measures wins
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Senate vote on Trump's emergency plan shows the dividends Democrats are reaping from midterms

President Donald Trump can veto a resolution blocking his border emergency declaration. If it clears the Republican-led Senate on Thursday, Democrats lack the votes to override him.

But the episode shows again what the 2018 midterm elections brought the GOP: constant pressure.

Democratic control of the House won’t produce much legislation in a divided Washington, but it has already produced a fundamental shift in political leverage.

During the first half of Trump’s term, Republicans at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue protected each other. Congress shielded the president from oversight; House and Senate leaders shielded their members from casting politically perilous votes.

The shift in White House accountability has attracted the most attention so far, for good reason. The House Intelligence, Financial Services, Oversight and Judiciary committees have piled overlapping probes of their own onto investigations by prosecutors for special counsel Robert Mueller, the Southern District of New York, the state of New York and the Manhattan district attorney.

Those House initiatives alone could effectively cripple the administration over the next two years. Through the impeachment process, they could even cut it short.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi has signaled the House may ultimately eschew an impeachment battle as divisive and politically counterproductive. But she has the ability to regularly squeeze Trump and his fellow Republicans under any scenario.

Pelosi’s gavel lets her force votes on issues where Republican orthodoxy stands at odds with broader public opinion. That includes climate change, gun control measures and higher taxes on the rich.

Pelosi can also force votes on popular issues that divide the GOP while uniting, at least rhetorically, Democrats and the White House. Her legislative agenda includes two 2016 Trump campaign priorities – a costly infrastructure program and action to cut the prices pharmaceutical companies charge – that Republican leaders disdain.

Even if none of those measures wins so much as a Senate floor vote, they create a record for Democratic candidates in 2020 campaigns for Congress and the White House alike.

Power also creates burdens for Democrats. Far more than in 2017-18, the party will share responsibility with Trump and the GOP for events in Washington that so often repel rank-and-file voters.


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NY prosecutors announce Manafort indictment minutes after federal sentencing

Paul Manafort sentenced to more than seven years in prison 15 Hours Ago | 01:19″No one is beyond the law in New York,” Vance said in a statement. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday that the president would decide whether to pardon Manafort “when he’s ready.” Less than a week earlier, Manafort had received a 47-month prison sentence in another federal case lodged by Mueller. Manafort’s charges in Mueller’s cases largely related to consulting work he did for a pro-Russia po


Paul Manafort sentenced to more than seven years in prison 15 Hours Ago | 01:19″No one is beyond the law in New York,” Vance said in a statement. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday that the president would decide whether to pardon Manafort “when he’s ready.” Less than a week earlier, Manafort had received a 47-month prison sentence in another federal case lodged by Mueller. Manafort’s charges in Mueller’s cases largely related to consulting work he did for a pro-Russia po
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NY prosecutors announce Manafort indictment minutes after federal sentencing

Paul Manafort sentenced to more than seven years in prison 15 Hours Ago | 01:19

“No one is beyond the law in New York,” Vance said in a statement. Manafort’s alleged actions “strike at the heart of New York’s sovereign interests, including the integrity of our residential mortgage market,” Vance added.

Click here to read the indictment.

Crucially, Trump does not have pardon power for state charges.

The president has not explicitly ruled out pardoning his former campaign official. But Trump has lambasted special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe as a “witch hunt,” and in recent days has appeared to criticize investigations in New York related to his business empire.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday that the president would decide whether to pardon Manafort “when he’s ready.”

But Trump, when asked about whether he planned to pardon Manafort, told reporters at the White House on Wednesday afternoon that he has “not even given it a thought as of this moment.”

Earlier Wednesday, a federal judge sentenced Manafort, who is 69 years old, to 43 months of additional prison time on conspiracy charges lodged by Mueller as part of his probe of Russian election meddling and possible Trump campaign collusion.

Less than a week earlier, Manafort had received a 47-month prison sentence in another federal case lodged by Mueller. Manafort’s combined prison time in the Mueller cases totals 7½ years.

A spokesman for Manafort did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment on the state prosecutors’ charges.

Manafort’s charges in Mueller’s cases largely related to consulting work he did for a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine years before joining Trump’s presidential campaign. But the New York charges involve Manafort’s conduct between 2015 and 2017, according to the indictment.


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Tuition-free college is now a reality in nearly 20 states

Here’s how students can go to college for free in 20 states 4 Hours Ago | 01:23Over the last decade, the average tuition and fees at private four-year schools rose 26 percent. Yet for many prospective students, free college is becoming a reality, as more states adopt scholarship programs to increase enrollment and accessibility. These so-called promise programs typically offer college students two years of free tuition at participating state community colleges or other associate-degree programs


Here’s how students can go to college for free in 20 states 4 Hours Ago | 01:23Over the last decade, the average tuition and fees at private four-year schools rose 26 percent. Yet for many prospective students, free college is becoming a reality, as more states adopt scholarship programs to increase enrollment and accessibility. These so-called promise programs typically offer college students two years of free tuition at participating state community colleges or other associate-degree programs
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Tuition-free college is now a reality in nearly 20 states

Here’s how students can go to college for free in 20 states 4 Hours Ago | 01:23

Over the last decade, the average tuition and fees at private four-year schools rose 26 percent. It’s even worse at four-year public schools, where it has jumped 35 percent during that period. Yet for many prospective students, free college is becoming a reality, as more states adopt scholarship programs to increase enrollment and accessibility.

These so-called promise programs typically offer college students two years of free tuition at participating state community colleges or other associate-degree programs and vocational schools. Most are what’s known as “last dollar” scholarships, meaning the program pays for whatever tuition is left after financial aid and grants.

Eleven states already have these programs in place and nine more are working on legislation to do so.

In 2017, New York’s Excelsior Scholarship became the first in the nation to cover four years of tuition without being tethered to academic performance.

The scholarship applies to all schools at the City University of New York and State University of New York. New York says more than 940,000 middle-class families and individuals making up to $125,000 per year will qualify when the program completes its three-year phase-in in 2020.

To be eligible for the Excelsior scholarship, students need to:

• Be New York state residents.

• Attend a SUNY or CUNY two- or four-year program.

• Take 30 credits per calendar year (including January and summer sessions).

• Plan to live and work in New York following graduation for at least as long as the time they participate in the scholarship program.

The program does not cover the cost of books or room and board. Critics of the initiative also warn that diverting funds toward free tuition could come at the expense of other operations on campus, including hiring and retaining faculty and administrators.

While promise programs such as these are not perfect, they are giving capable students who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford college the opportunity to pursue a higher education.

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Watch two experts weigh in on Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to break up the big tech companies

Watch two experts weigh in on Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to break up the big tech companies5 Hours AgoEd Lee, media reporter for the New York Times, and Aneesh Chopra, the first chief technology officer of the United States and currently the president of data intelligence company CareJourney, join CNBC’s “SquawkBox” team to discuss Democratic 2020 candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren’s plan to break up the big tech companies.


Watch two experts weigh in on Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to break up the big tech companies5 Hours AgoEd Lee, media reporter for the New York Times, and Aneesh Chopra, the first chief technology officer of the United States and currently the president of data intelligence company CareJourney, join CNBC’s “SquawkBox” team to discuss Democratic 2020 candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren’s plan to break up the big tech companies.
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Watch two experts weigh in on Elizabeth Warren's proposal to break up the big tech companies

Watch two experts weigh in on Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to break up the big tech companies

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Ed Lee, media reporter for the New York Times, and Aneesh Chopra, the first chief technology officer of the United States and currently the president of data intelligence company CareJourney, join CNBC’s “SquawkBox” team to discuss Democratic 2020 candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren’s plan to break up the big tech companies.


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Michael Cohen sues Trump Organization for legal fees resulting from Mueller probe, porn star lawsuit

Cohen now says he has “incurred millions of dollars in unreimbursed attorneys’ fees and costs” which continue to pile up. He claims that the Trump Organization owes him $1.9 million in unpaid legal fees and costs. Trump Organization lawyer Alan Futerfas did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment. Cohen and Trump had both claimed that Trump was unaware of the hush money deal when it was made. Under cross-examination from lawmakers, Cohen testified that federal prosecutors in Manhat


Cohen now says he has “incurred millions of dollars in unreimbursed attorneys’ fees and costs” which continue to pile up. He claims that the Trump Organization owes him $1.9 million in unpaid legal fees and costs. Trump Organization lawyer Alan Futerfas did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment. Cohen and Trump had both claimed that Trump was unaware of the hush money deal when it was made. Under cross-examination from lawmakers, Cohen testified that federal prosecutors in Manhat
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Michael Cohen sues Trump Organization for legal fees resulting from Mueller probe, porn star lawsuit

President Donald Trump’s former longtime attorney and fixer Michael Cohen on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Trump Organization, claiming his former company has failed to pay “fees and costs” related in part to special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.

Cohen argues in New York state Supreme Court that the Trump Organization, where Cohen worked for roughly a decade as an executive vice president and special counsel to Trump, had a “contractual agreement” to compensate Cohen and “to pay attorneys’ fees and costs” incurred through his work “with and on behalf of” company officials.

That work involves Mueller’s ongoing investigation into Russian election meddling and possible Trump campaign collusion, as well as “multiple congressional hearings,” the filing says.

Cohen now says he has “incurred millions of dollars in unreimbursed attorneys’ fees and costs” which continue to pile up.

He claims that the Trump Organization owes him $1.9 million in unpaid legal fees and costs. On top of that, Cohen says he is owed an additional $1.9 million that he has been ordered to forfeit “as part of his criminal sentence arising from conduct undertaken” at the behest of the Trump Organization.

Cohen is scheduled to report to federal prison in May for a three-year sentence based on charges lodged by Mueller’s team and federal prosecutors in New York. Once a staunch loyalist of Trump’s, Cohen broke with his former boss after FBI agents raided Cohen’s properties in April 2018.

He pleaded guilty last year to tax evasion and campaign finance violations related to hush money payments made to two women who claim they had affairs with Trump years before he ran for president, as well as lying to Congress about details surrounding an aborted Trump Tower Moscow project.

Cohen testified before multiple congressional committees in public and private hearings at least four times in late February and early March. He accused Trump of committing potentially criminal activity since becoming president.

Attorneys and spokespersons for Cohen did not immediately reply to CNBC’s requests for information about the reported lawsuit. Trump Organization lawyer Alan Futerfas did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.

The Wall Street Journal reported in early 2018 that Cohen, weeks before the 2016 presidential election, had arranged a $130,000 payment to porn star Stormy Daniels as part of a deal to keep her from speaking about an alleged tryst with Trump years earlier.

Cohen was also involved in a $150,000 hush deal between Playboy model Karen McDougal and National Enquirer publisher American Media. That deal was also made in the run-up to the 2016 election, and kept her from discussing an alleged affair with Trump. The president has denied the affairs.

Cohen and Trump had both claimed that Trump was unaware of the hush money deal when it was made. But in August 2018, Cohen said while entering a guilty plea in New York court that he worked with an unnamed political candidate to make payments in order to influence the election.

While delivering sworn testimony before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Feb. 27, Cohen alleged that Trump had sent him reimbursement checks related to these deals after becoming president. Cohen provided copies of some of those checks to the committee.

In his opening remarks, Cohen described Trump as a “racist” and a “cheat,” and accused him of manipulating his assets for financial gain. Under cross-examination from lawmakers, Cohen testified that federal prosecutors in Manhattan are investigating yet-undisclosed wrongdoing related to Trump.

Cohen was also asked in that hearing who, if anyone, was currently paying his lawyer and spokesman, Lanny Davis.

“At the present moment, no one,” Cohen responded.


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I read the 8 best business books of all time—here’s what I learned

Every year, scores of new business books are published and read by millions of people. But with so many titles to choose from, which ones should you prioritize? I recently read eight of what many regard the best business books of all time. These are the books that have all stood the test of time — they’ve made the New York Times best-sellers list and have been recommended over and over again by critics and the world’s most successful business leaders. To save you the trouble of reading them your


Every year, scores of new business books are published and read by millions of people. But with so many titles to choose from, which ones should you prioritize? I recently read eight of what many regard the best business books of all time. These are the books that have all stood the test of time — they’ve made the New York Times best-sellers list and have been recommended over and over again by critics and the world’s most successful business leaders. To save you the trouble of reading them your
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I read the 8 best business books of all time—here's what I learned

Every year, scores of new business books are published and read by millions of people. But with so many titles to choose from, which ones should you prioritize?

I recently read eight of what many regard the best business books of all time. These are the books that have all stood the test of time — they’ve made the New York Times best-sellers list and have been recommended over and over again by critics and the world’s most successful business leaders. Some of them may even be sitting on your parents’ nightstand.

To save you the trouble of reading them yourself, here are the most fascinating lessons from each book:


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Every year, scores of new business books are published and read by millions of people. But with so many titles to choose from, which ones should you prioritize? I recently read eight of what many regard the best business books of all time. These are the books that have all stood the test of time — they’ve made the New York Times best-sellers list and have been recommended over and over again by critics and the world’s most successful business leaders. To save you the trouble of reading them your
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I read the 8 best business books of all time—here's what I learned

Every year, scores of new business books are published and read by millions of people. But with so many titles to choose from, which ones should you prioritize?

I recently read eight of what many regard the best business books of all time. These are the books that have all stood the test of time — they’ve made the New York Times best-sellers list and have been recommended over and over again by critics and the world’s most successful business leaders. Some of them may even be sitting on your parents’ nightstand.

To save you the trouble of reading them yourself, here are the most fascinating lessons from each book:


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