NYSE’s proposal to allow for fundraising in direct listings rejected by SEC

The Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected the New York Stock Exchange’s proposal to allow for companies going public through a direct listing to raise capital at the same time. The proposal disappeared from its website on Friday, and a spokesperson at the Big Board confirmed it has been rejected. “We remain committed to evolving the direct listing product,” the NYSE said. “This sort of action is not unusual in the filing process and we will continue to work with the SEC on this initiat


The Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected the New York Stock Exchange’s proposal to allow for companies going public through a direct listing to raise capital at the same time.
The proposal disappeared from its website on Friday, and a spokesperson at the Big Board confirmed it has been rejected.
“We remain committed to evolving the direct listing product,” the NYSE said.
“This sort of action is not unusual in the filing process and we will continue to work with the SEC on this initiat
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NYSE's proposal to allow for fundraising in direct listings rejected by SEC

The Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected the New York Stock Exchange’s proposal to allow for companies going public through a direct listing to raise capital at the same time.

The NYSE had filed for the rule change last week. The proposal disappeared from its website on Friday, and a spokesperson at the Big Board confirmed it has been rejected.

“We remain committed to evolving the direct listing product,” the NYSE said. “This sort of action is not unusual in the filing process and we will continue to work with the SEC on this initiative.”

An SEC representative declined to comment.

Spotify went public through a direct listing in 2019 and Slack followed this year. Banks are working with numerous other companies, including Airbnb, who want to take that route as an alternative to an IPO.


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New York Knicks fire head coach David Fizdale

Head Coach David Fizdale of the New York Knicks looks on against the Brooklyn Nets at Madison Square Garden on November 24, 2019 in New York City. The New York Knicks have fired head coach David Fizdale after 22 games this season, the team announced on Friday evening. The team also relieved assistant coach Keith Smart, the team said hours after ESPN first reported the news. Assistant coach Mike Miller, 55, will serve as interim coach, the Knicks said in a statement. His overall coaching record,


Head Coach David Fizdale of the New York Knicks looks on against the Brooklyn Nets at Madison Square Garden on November 24, 2019 in New York City.
The New York Knicks have fired head coach David Fizdale after 22 games this season, the team announced on Friday evening.
The team also relieved assistant coach Keith Smart, the team said hours after ESPN first reported the news.
Assistant coach Mike Miller, 55, will serve as interim coach, the Knicks said in a statement.
His overall coaching record,
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New York Knicks fire head coach David Fizdale

Head Coach David Fizdale of the New York Knicks looks on against the Brooklyn Nets at Madison Square Garden on November 24, 2019 in New York City.

The New York Knicks have fired head coach David Fizdale after 22 games this season, the team announced on Friday evening.

The team also relieved assistant coach Keith Smart, the team said hours after ESPN first reported the news. Assistant coach Mike Miller, 55, will serve as interim coach, the Knicks said in a statement.

Fizdale’s departure comes after the Knicks fell to the Denver Nuggets 129-92 Thursday night, dropping the team to 4-18 this season, the worst record in the Eastern Conference.

CNBC’s calls to the Knicks for comment about Fizdale’s fate were not immediately returned.

Speaking to CNBC about the move, one agent who represents coaches labeled the firing “inevitable,” following Knicks President Steve Mills and General Manager Scott Perry expressing disappointment in the team and coaching staff after a Nov. 10 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

In two seasons (104 games), Fizdale coached the Knicks to a 21-83 record. His overall coaching record, which includes 101 games with the Memphis Grizzlies, is 71-134. The Knicks will be on the hook for remaining years of Fizdale’s contract, valued at roughly $17 million; part of a four-year, $22 million deal he signed to coach the team in 2018.

The question now becomes: Who will be the next coach? And will Mills and Perry be around to oversee the coaching search, beyond this season? One report indicates the Knicks will eventually make a run at Masai Ujiri, the Toronto Raptors president of basketball operations who just led the team to its first NBA championship last season.

Early coaching names floating around league circles as a replacement include former Knicks guard and Brooklyn native Mark Jackson, who last coached the Golden State Warriors to a 51-31 record in the 2013-14 season.

“I think he could do well there,” one Eastern Conference scout told CNBC shortly after Fizdale’s dismissal was reported. “But would they hire Mark?”

San Antonio Spurs assistant head coach Becky Hammon is also an interesting name, and according to a league source, the former New York Liberty guard would have interest in coaching the Knicks if she could land a long-term deal, with the belief a four- or five-year deal would be sufficient.

Sam Mitchell, former NBA Coach of the Year for 2007, is also being mentioned as a good fit to coach the Knicks in the short term, as Mitchell has a reputation of getting effort from players.

The Knicks have struggled as a team in recent years, causing many around the NBA, including the scout, to label a coaching job under owner Jim Dolan “terrible.”

Dolan is frequently criticized for how the organization is run. Mills and Perry have also received negative reviews following the construction and “unrealistic expectations” of the roster after the Knicks struck out in free agency, with superstars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving selecting the Brooklyn Nets over the Knicks.

Asked to describe the current roster, which includes newcomers Julius Randle (signed a three-year deal, worth roughly $62 million), Bobby Portis (two-year, $31 million with a team option for the 2020-21 season), and Marcus Morris (one year, $15 million), the scout said: “No direction.”

The Knicks will host the Indiana Pacers (14-7) on Saturday.


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T-Mobile eyes price cut on Sprint deal, sources say

T-Mobile eyes price cut on Sprint deal, sources sayCNBC’s David Faber reports on the latest details out of the trial led by the state Attorneys General of California and New York challenging the deal between T-Mobile and Sprint on the grounds that it would be anti-competitive for consumers.


T-Mobile eyes price cut on Sprint deal, sources sayCNBC’s David Faber reports on the latest details out of the trial led by the state Attorneys General of California and New York challenging the deal between T-Mobile and Sprint on the grounds that it would be anti-competitive for consumers.
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T-Mobile eyes price cut on Sprint deal, sources say

T-Mobile eyes price cut on Sprint deal, sources say

CNBC’s David Faber reports on the latest details out of the trial led by the state Attorneys General of California and New York challenging the deal between T-Mobile and Sprint on the grounds that it would be anti-competitive for consumers.


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T-Mobile is eyeing a price cut in its merger with Sprint, sources say

John Legere, chief executive officer and president of T-Mobile US Inc., left, listens as Marcelo Claure, chief executive officer of Sprint Corp., speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., on Monday, April 30, 2018. T-Mobile is considering a cut to its multibillion merger with Sprint, people familiar with the matter tells CNBC’s David Faber. Shares of T-Mobile and Sprint hit new all-time highs following the summertime annoucement, with Sprint


John Legere, chief executive officer and president of T-Mobile US Inc., left, listens as Marcelo Claure, chief executive officer of Sprint Corp., speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., on Monday, April 30, 2018.
T-Mobile is considering a cut to its multibillion merger with Sprint, people familiar with the matter tells CNBC’s David Faber.
Shares of T-Mobile and Sprint hit new all-time highs following the summertime annoucement, with Sprint
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T-Mobile is eyeing a price cut in its merger with Sprint, sources say

John Legere, chief executive officer and president of T-Mobile US Inc., left, listens as Marcelo Claure, chief executive officer of Sprint Corp., speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., on Monday, April 30, 2018.

T-Mobile is considering a cut to its multibillion merger with Sprint, people familiar with the matter tells CNBC’s David Faber.

The Department of Justice announced earlier this year that it reached an agreement on the more than $26 billion merger between the two communications companies. Shares of T-Mobile and Sprint hit new all-time highs following the summertime annoucement, with Sprint rising to $8.06.

But Sprint’s stock price has since fallen under $6 as investors gradually grew confident that T-Mobile would ultimately have to curb its initial offering.

Per its agreement with the DOJ, Dish will pay $5 billion for a combination of Sprint’s assets, including its Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile and other prepaid phone businesses. T-Mobile, in turn, will make at least 20,000 cell sites and hundreds of retail stores available to the company. Dish will also be able to access T-Mobile’s network for seven years.

The deal cannot close, however, until the companies resolve an ongoing lawsuit from several state attorneys general, led by New York and California. The trial is slated to begin on Monday.


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‘I have the same rights as anybody else’ to run in the 2020 election, Mike Bloomberg says

Newly announced Democratic presidential candidate, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg meets Virginia House Delegate-Elect Nancy Guy (not seen) at a coffee shop on November 25, 2019 in Norfolk, Virginia. Addressing criticism that his ego pushed him to enter the 2020 presidential race, former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg says he has “the same rights as anybody else” to run. Bloomberg, whose net worth according to Forbes is around $55 billion, has seen pushback regarding his status as another


Newly announced Democratic presidential candidate, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg meets Virginia House Delegate-Elect Nancy Guy (not seen) at a coffee shop on November 25, 2019 in Norfolk, Virginia.
Addressing criticism that his ego pushed him to enter the 2020 presidential race, former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg says he has “the same rights as anybody else” to run.
Bloomberg, whose net worth according to Forbes is around $55 billion, has seen pushback regarding his status as another
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'I have the same rights as anybody else' to run in the 2020 election, Mike Bloomberg says

Newly announced Democratic presidential candidate, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg meets Virginia House Delegate-Elect Nancy Guy (not seen) at a coffee shop on November 25, 2019 in Norfolk, Virginia.

Addressing criticism that his ego pushed him to enter the 2020 presidential race, former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg says he has “the same rights as anybody else” to run.

Bloomberg, whose net worth according to Forbes is around $55 billion, has seen pushback regarding his status as another wealthy white man to enter the race.

“Yeah, I guess it takes an ego to think that you could do the job,” he said in an interview that aired Friday on “CBS This Morning.”

He then revisited some of his accomplishments as mayor. “I have 12 years of experience in City Hall. And I think if you go back today and ask most people about those 12 years, they would say that the — not me, but the team that I put together — made an enormous difference in New York City. And New York City benefited from it and continues to benefit from it today from what we did then.”

He added that he had the best chance among all the candidates to beat President Donald Trump in 2020. “I think that I would do the best job of competing with him and beating him,” he said in the interview, which was conducted Thursday.

But jumping into the race should not be seen as a slap to front-runner Joe Biden, he added.

“He doesn’t have the job of president of the United States and neither do I,” Bloomberg said. “At the moment, the person that has it is Donald Trump. I’m trying to take away the job from Donald Trump.”

Bloomberg dismissed concerns about diversity in the field as black and Latino candidates struggle to compete. Sen. Kamala Harris dropped out this week, citing lack of resources. Currently, all the candidates who have qualified for the Democratic debate on Dec. 19 are white.

“Entry is not a barrier” Bloomberg said. “I thought there was a lot of diversity in the group of Democratic aspirants.”

But he added, “The public is out there picking and choosing and narrowing down this field. The truth of the matter is you had a lot of diversity in the candidates, some of whom were very competent. Why they aren’t there as you narrowed it down, I — you have to talk to other people who are experts. I don’t know.”

Among the billionaire’s biggest critics are Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, who have accused him of trying to buy the election. Since his campaign launch on Nov. 24, Bloomberg has invested more than $57 million in TV advertising.

Bloomberg decided to skip the first four nominating states — Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina — focusing his campaign on Super Tuesday on March 3, when the largest number of states and territories hold primaries or caucuses.

The former mayor teased the idea of a presidential bid for weeks prior to entering the race but said in March that he would not run for president.

A national poll from the Economist and YouGov puts him at 3% support among voters.


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Mark Cuban says President Trump calls him to ask about the stock market

Mark Cuban’s relationship with President Donald Trump has had its ups and downs. But the billionaire star of ABC’s “Shark Tank” says Trump still wants to hear his thoughts on the stock market. “He called me the other day, for real,” the Dallas Mavericks owner tells Hart about Trump. Cuban says Trump asked him. The president also reached out to Cuban in February 2019, after Cuban’s Mavericks pulled off a trade to land former New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis, Cuban tells Hart.


Mark Cuban’s relationship with President Donald Trump has had its ups and downs.
But the billionaire star of ABC’s “Shark Tank” says Trump still wants to hear his thoughts on the stock market.
“He called me the other day, for real,” the Dallas Mavericks owner tells Hart about Trump.
Cuban says Trump asked him.
The president also reached out to Cuban in February 2019, after Cuban’s Mavericks pulled off a trade to land former New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis, Cuban tells Hart.
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Mark Cuban says President Trump calls him to ask about the stock market

Mark Cuban’s relationship with President Donald Trump has had its ups and downs. But the billionaire star of ABC’s “Shark Tank” says Trump still wants to hear his thoughts on the stock market.

That’s what Cuban told comedian and actor Kevin Hart in the latest episode of “Cold as Balls,” a web show Hart hosts on his Laugh Out Loud YouTube channel.

“He called me the other day, for real,” the Dallas Mavericks owner tells Hart about Trump. In the episode published Tuesday, Cuban says the president called him “two and a half weeks ago,” noting that he received a call from a private number in the Washington, D.C. area code and answered the phone to discover it was Trump.

“He’s like, ‘What do you think about the stock market?'” Cuban says Trump asked him. “I’m like, ‘Oh, hi Donald. What do you think about the stock market?'” Cuban says, laughing.

The president also reached out to Cuban in February 2019, after Cuban’s Mavericks pulled off a trade to land former New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis, Cuban tells Hart.

“He sent me an email,” Cuban says of Trump. “He scanned the back cover of The New York Post and he said, ‘Great trade.'”


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Goldman Sachs’ CEO takes the subway, gets his own coffee and has a side hustle as a DJ

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon isn’t your average C-suite executive. Solomon also rides the New York City subway to work and prefers to fetch his own coffee at the office. You know, the mayor of New York [City, Bill de Blasio] can take the subway. Why can’t the CEO of Goldman Sachs?” According to Fortune, certain Goldman Sachs’ board members are unhappy with the idea Solomon on the subway.


Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon isn’t your average C-suite executive.
Solomon also rides the New York City subway to work and prefers to fetch his own coffee at the office.
You know, the mayor of New York [City, Bill de Blasio] can take the subway.
Why can’t the CEO of Goldman Sachs?”
According to Fortune, certain Goldman Sachs’ board members are unhappy with the idea Solomon on the subway.
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Goldman Sachs' CEO takes the subway, gets his own coffee and has a side hustle as a DJ

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon isn’t your average C-suite executive. Yes, he made $23 million last year, but since taking the helm at the investment bank from Lloyd Blankfein in October 2018, he’s been eschewing Wall Street’s stuffy ways.

Fifty-seven-year-old Solomon, for instance, is known as “D-Sol” on weekends, when he performs his side gig as a classic rock DJ at nightclubs in New York City, Miami and the Bahamas (think Guns N’ Roses and The White Stripes).

Solomon also rides the New York City subway to work and prefers to fetch his own coffee at the office.

“I mean, why wouldn’t you take the subway?” Solomon told Fortune recently. “No, seriously. It’s quicker and more efficient. You know, the mayor of New York [City, Bill de Blasio] can take the subway. Why can’t the CEO of Goldman Sachs?”

(In reality, while de Blasio sometimes rides the subway as a promotional event, he typically takes a private car to work, and infamously, to the gym, because of his hectic schedule, he says.)

According to Fortune, certain Goldman Sachs’ board members are unhappy with the idea Solomon on the subway. But that doesn’t bother him. Neither does the fact that his DJ persona has become fodder for the media, at least not anymore.

Solomon was first outed as DJ D-Sol by The New York Times in 2017 when he was a co-president at Goldman Sachs and in the midst of his campaign to be named CEO. Solomon said some of his associates urged him to hang up his headphones if he got the job, and he himself felt anxious that the public wouldn’t take him seriously.


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Mellody Hobson: Financial illiteracy is ‘dangerous’ for society

Investment expert Mellody Hobson is the epitome of the American Dream. Her childhood included frequent evictions from their homes in Chicago and, at times, heating bath water on hot plates, Hobson once told Vanity Fair. Mellody Hobson Ariel InvestmentsHobson also sits on the boards of J.P. Morgan, Starbucks and video content company Quibi. NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 25: Presenter, Mellody Hobson speaks at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) New York Symposium & Awards Luncheon at New York H


Investment expert Mellody Hobson is the epitome of the American Dream.
Her childhood included frequent evictions from their homes in Chicago and, at times, heating bath water on hot plates, Hobson once told Vanity Fair.
Mellody Hobson Ariel InvestmentsHobson also sits on the boards of J.P. Morgan, Starbucks and video content company Quibi.
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Mellody Hobson: Financial illiteracy is 'dangerous' for society

Investment expert Mellody Hobson is the epitome of the American Dream. The youngest of six kids, she was raised by a single mother. “We had a lot to overcome financially when I was a child,” she said in a recent interview with CNBC’s Wilfred Frost. Her childhood included frequent evictions from their homes in Chicago and, at times, heating bath water on hot plates, Hobson once told Vanity Fair. That only added to her drive to become a success. She attended Princeton University and then landed at the Chicago-based money-management firm Ariel Investments. She is now co-CEO and president of the firm, which managed $12.8 billion in assets as of Oct. 31.

I’d like to see great textbooks, great opportunities for kids to really understand the stock market investing. Mellody Hobson Ariel Investments

Hobson also sits on the boards of J.P. Morgan, Starbucks and video content company Quibi. Before that, she was chairman of the board of DreamWorks Animation. She left after it was sold to Comcast (the parent company of CNBC) in 2016. “I worked really hard for those opportunities, but the stars had to align, as well, to create those opportunities for me,” she told CNBC. That’s why Hobson makes it a priority to give back to others. One way she does that is by serving as chairwoman of the board for After School Matters, a nonprofit that provides Chicago teens with high-quality, out-of-school time programs.

NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 25: Presenter, Mellody Hobson speaks at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) New York Symposium & Awards Luncheon at New York Hilton Midtown at New York Hilton Midtown on October 25, 2018 in New York City. Michael Loccisano | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images

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These are the US cities hiring the most workers in every state—and what workers earn there

For some job seekers, the New York metro area is the place to be. For its analysis, CareerBuilder identified the top metro area in each state with the highest number of job openings during that 12-month period. The New York metro area, for example, included job vacancies across Newark and Jersey City (both in New Jersey). In the New York metro area, workers earn an average salary of $61,870 per year, according to data for May 2018 from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The metro area doing the mos


For some job seekers, the New York metro area is the place to be.
For its analysis, CareerBuilder identified the top metro area in each state with the highest number of job openings during that 12-month period.
The New York metro area, for example, included job vacancies across Newark and Jersey City (both in New Jersey).
In the New York metro area, workers earn an average salary of $61,870 per year, according to data for May 2018 from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The metro area doing the mos
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These are the US cities hiring the most workers in every state—and what workers earn there

For some job seekers, the New York metro area is the place to be.

According to recent data from jobs website CareerBuilder, companies in the New York metro area posted more than 3.5 million job listings on the career website from September 2018 to September 2019.

For its analysis, CareerBuilder identified the top metro area in each state with the highest number of job openings during that 12-month period. Some metros included surrounding suburbs, even if they cross state lines. The New York metro area, for example, included job vacancies across Newark and Jersey City (both in New Jersey).

Unfortunately for job seekers, New York City also happens to be one of the most expensive places to live in the U.S.

In the New York metro area, workers earn an average salary of $61,870 per year, according to data for May 2018 from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is above the national average of $51,960, but the earning power doesn’t stand up to the high cost of living in the area. For example, average monthly rent in Manhattan reached $4,190 during the first half of 2019, according to a report from Rent Cafe.

While pricey cities like New York and Los Angeles rank high on the open-jobs list, other more affordable cities like Minneapolis, Nashville and millennial-friendly Seattle have been on a hiring spree in the past year.

The metro area doing the most hiring that also offers the highest average pay is Washington, D.C., where workers earn $70,980 per year. This higher-than-average salary could be due to a large share of workers in business, finance and management jobs that pay well.

Here are the metro areas with the most number of open jobs in the past year, and what people earn there:


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Trump lawyer Giuliani travels to Europe to meet ex-Ukraine prosecutors as House moves toward impeachment, report says

Giuliani met Tuesday with a former Ukrainian prosecutor, Yuriy Lutsenko, in Budapest, The New York Times reported, citing people familiar with the matter. On Wednesday, Giuliani traveled to Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, hoping to meet with other ex-Ukrainian prosecutors, including Viktor Shokin and Kostiantyn Kulyk, The New York Times reported. Giuliani reportedly is also helping right-wing news network One America News produce episodes of a documentary series promoting his arguments against Democrat


Giuliani met Tuesday with a former Ukrainian prosecutor, Yuriy Lutsenko, in Budapest, The New York Times reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
On Wednesday, Giuliani traveled to Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, hoping to meet with other ex-Ukrainian prosecutors, including Viktor Shokin and Kostiantyn Kulyk, The New York Times reported.
Giuliani reportedly is also helping right-wing news network One America News produce episodes of a documentary series promoting his arguments against Democrat
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Trump lawyer Giuliani travels to Europe to meet ex-Ukraine prosecutors as House moves toward impeachment, report says

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President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani met in Europe this week with a former Ukrainian prosecutor and other officials, even as a House committee pushed forward an impeachment inquiry focused on Trump and Giuliani’s pressuring of Ukraine, a new report said. Giuliani met Tuesday with a former Ukrainian prosecutor, Yuriy Lutsenko, in Budapest, The New York Times reported, citing people familiar with the matter. On Wednesday, Giuliani traveled to Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, hoping to meet with other ex-Ukrainian prosecutors, including Viktor Shokin and Kostiantyn Kulyk, The New York Times reported. Giuliani reportedly is also helping right-wing news network One America News produce episodes of a documentary series promoting his arguments against Democrats’ impeachment inquiry in the House.

He was accompanied in Budapest by a crew from that network, including a reporter who interviewed Lutsenko there, a person familiar with the situation told the Times. Giuliani in the past year coordinated with Trump administration officials as part of a campaign to get Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to announce investigations into Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian gas company where former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter previously served as a board member. As vice president, Biden called on Ukraine to oust Shokin as prosecutor general — an effort that has led some critics to accuse him of intervening to protect his son. But Biden’s actions were consistent with U.S. foreign policy at the time. House Democrats are investigating whether Trump abused his power by pressuring Ukraine to announce that probe of Burisma, as well as an inquiry involving a debunked conspiracy theory that Ukraine meddled in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, to help his own re-election in 2020. Giuliani and some of Trump’s allies have seized upon some of the claims made by the former Ukrainian prosecutors, such as Shokin, who had said that his firing was related to a probe of Burisma. Giuliani did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment on the Times’ story. But prior to its publication, Giuliani sent NBC News a lengthy text message slamming a 300-page report released Tuesday by Democrat-led House committees, which goes into detail about the evidence of alleged wrongdoing by Trump.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-12-04  Authors: kevin breuninger
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