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What Trump’s golf courses could reveal

Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara have reportedly welcomed their first child, naming him River in a moving tribute to Phoenix’s late brother.

Director Victor Kossakovsky, who worked with Phoenix on the documentary Gunda, recently revealed the news at the Zurich Film Festival, saying of the Joker star, “He just got a baby by the way,” People reports. “A beautiful son called River.”

Phoenix and Mara, who reportedly got engaged in 2019, have not confirmed the update. It was reported in May that they were expecting their first child together.

Phoenix’s brother, River Phoenix, died at 23 of a drug overdose. When Phoenix took home the Academy Award for Best Actor earlier this year for his performance in Joker, he honored his late brother by quoting one of his lyrics in an emotional speech.

“When he was 17, my brother wrote this lyric,” Phoenix said. “He said, ‘run to

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Trump registered his trademark in Cuba in 2008 to build hotels, casinos and golf courses

Despite earlier promises in Miami that he would not do business in Cuba until the island was “free,” Donald Trump applied in 2008 to register his Trump trademark in the Caribbean nation for a variety of commercial activities, including investing in real estate, hotels, casinos and golf courses.

A search of the Cuban Industrial Property Office database shows that Donald J. Trump hired a Cuban lawyer, Leticia Laura Bermúdez Benítez, to submit the application in October 2008. The address listed was that of the Trump Organization: 725 Fifth Avenue, New York, 10022.

As is common in Cuba, where red tape is rampant, the trademark was not approved until much later, until March 2010. It expired in 2018, well into Trump’s presidency.

According to a description of his application, appearing both in the official Cuban registry website and in a 2009 bulletin, the trademark was related to “investment in real estate,”

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Trump has lost more than $315 million on his golf courses over the last 20 years, bombshell report finds



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  • President Donald Trump has lost $315.6 million since 2000 from the 15 golf courses he owns in the US, Scotland, and Ireland, The New York Times found in a bombshell report published Sunday. 
  • Trump bought his National Doral golf resort in Miami for $150 million in 2012 and, over the next six years, lost $162.3 million on the property, according to Trump’s tax documents obtained by The Times. 
  • The president’s three European golf courses have reported a total of $63.6 million in losses. 
  • The losses that Trump has experienced at his golf courses aren’t an anomaly — The Times investigation found the president has lost millions of dollars at nearly all of his major businesses. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

President Donald Trump has lost $315.6 million since 2000 from the 15 golf courses he owns in the US, Scotland, and Ireland, The New York

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Learn to Profitably Advertise and Market Your Brand With These Courses

Grow your business online with help from these courses.

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Every entrepreneur should know how to navigate the digital landscape. With so many customers shopping online today, you can’t overlook opportunities to turn browsers into buyers. Digital advertising and marketing are crucial for any entrepreneurial outfit, but they’ve also become more competitive and challenging than ever. The market is flooded with brands trying to reach customers, which means you have to know how to cut through the noise to reach your best leads. The Digital

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Master the Art of Digital Branding With 10 Courses for $45



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Many of the world’s biggest companies did not reinvent the wheel — they merely built a strong brand. If you would like to follow suit, the All-In-One Digital Branding Certification Bundle provides a comprehensive guide. It includes 10 courses on branding, and you can get it now for just $45.

Whether you are trying to cultivate a personal image or promote your business online, branding skills are invaluable. This bundle introduces the tools and techniques used by branding experts.

Through concise video tutorials, you learn how to build an audience on social media and blog your way to popularity. This includes tips on creating visual posts, writing compelling content, hiring influencers, and measuring your success.

The courses also look at website design and copywriting. You’ll discover how to build sites that drive sales, with no coding skills required.

All the training comes from top online

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COVID-19’s impact Global Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) Market 2020 Segmented by Application and Geography Trends, Growth and Forecasts to 2025

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Global “Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) market” competitive landscape provides particulars and data information by players. The report offers complete analysis and accurate statistics on revenue by the player for the period 2020-2020. Details included are company description, major business, company total revenue and the sales, revenue generated in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) business, the date to enter into the Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) market, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) product introduction, and recent developments. It also offers detailed analysis supported by reliable statistics on revenue by players

Under COVID-19 outbreak globally, this report provides 360 degrees of analysis from supply chain, import and export control to regional government policy and future influence on the industry. Detailed analysis about market status (2015-2020), enterprise competition pattern, advantages and disadvantages of

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The 25 Best Online Courses of All Time Based on 125,000 Reviews



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The 25 Best Online Courses of All Time Based on 125,000 Reviews

A new list of the best reviewed online classes has just been released.

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Online learning was growing quickly before the pandemic. Now with so many of us stuck at home with time on our hands, interest is booming and providers are responding with new offerings.

There are currently tens of thousands of classes available and more are being added constantly. That’s great but also baffling news for would-be students. With so many options to choose from, how do you sort through which classes are actually worth your time?

One solid approach is to look for classes that are highly reviewed by those who have already taken them. Class Central can help. This week, the online course clearinghouse is releasing a new, updated ranking of the best-rated classes among the 15,000 or so on

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20Fathoms Partners with Udacity to Offer Free Technology Career Courses

If you’re interested in high tech jobs of the future – and want to give some free training a try – a Traverse City company may have the perfect opportunity for you.

20Fathoms is partnering with a program called Udacity to offer free digital marketing and business analytics courses. It’s open to adults and even high school students who want to explore technology careers. Phase One is a free, at your own pace, 40 hour training program.

20Fathoms Executive Director Lauren Bigelow says the training includes “two classes that are going to be available in October. One is on digital marketing. The other is on business analytics. They’re open, free for folks to upscale their resume. This is an opportunity to dive into a class, put some time into it and see if it’s of interest to you. Then if you pass a proficiency test, you get a scholarship for

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15 online courses on sale for under $30 this weekend

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Start making better use of your time with any of these 15 online courses.
Start making better use of your time with any of these 15 online courses.

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It’s never a bad idea to learn a new skill or explore a new field. Online learning is a great way to do that — and there are classes out there on pretty much everything.

We’ve compiled 15 online courses on sale this weekend, each of which you can grab for less than $30 with the code VIPSALE at checkout. 

Even if the rest of 2020 is a wash, at least you can say you learned something new.

The 2020 Premium Learn To Code Certification Bundle

Learning a coding language from scratch certainly isn’t easy, but this 2020 Premium Learn to Code Certification

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Gonzaga launching courses designed around wine industry

Gonzaga, the mid-major powerhouse in basketball, is seeking a No. 1 ranking in another field: wine.

The Gonzaga University School of Law is partnering with the university’s schools of Business Administration and Leadership Studies to offer a certificate program focused on the business, management and legal aspects of the wine industry.

“Gonzaga is the first university in the country to develop such a unique curriculum in partnership with private wineries,” Jacob Rooksby, dean of the law school, said in a news release. “We are excited to offer this lifelong-learning and professional development opportunity to people around the country.”

The Gonzaga University Wine Institute offers continuing education courses related to the wine industry and organized events in the U.S. and abroad. The program consists of 16 online courses taught both by Gonzaga faculty and experts in the wine and hospitality fields. Students will study history and classification of wine, drafting and

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