Coronavirus Costing Trump Properties Over $1 Million Daily in Lost Revenue

Must Read

Windows 10 update 1903 Released – KB4556799

Windows 10 update 1903 (KB4556799): Patch Tuesday updates are presently turning out to every single supported version of Windows 10. Like...

Top 10 Best App Locker for Android in 2020

Here are the top 10 Best App Locker for Android in 2020:  The app lock is maybe the most...

Dr. Deborah Birx Calls China’s Low Coronavirus Death Rate ‘Unrealistic’

President Donald Trump was not the only member of his administration's Coronavirus Task Force on Saturday to question China's...

Google is planning to Axe Motion Sense with the Google Pixel 5

Pixel 4 was a decent phone — yet it wasn't an extraordinary one. Aside from photography, it never captured...

Power Support CLAW Review: The first Stadia Controller phone mount will only get better

One of the hallmarks of Google Stadia is the ability to game on traditional devices like computers and...

The coronavirus outbreak is costing Trump Organization properties more than a million dollars in lost revenue daily and may have hurt the firm’s chances of earning a record price on the sale of its Washington hotel, according to an analysis of industry data and people familiar with the deal talks.

The majority of revenues for President Trump’s family business comes from travel and leisure, which have been hit hard by the forced closures and economic downturn caused by the pandemic. The situation could worsen because of golf accounts.

Join Wall Street Journal For Just $1
Credit: WSJ.com: Markets



------ Search with Google ------
- Advertisement -

Popular

Florida Police Chief Placed on Leave After Allegedly Saying Deputy Died of Coronavirus Because He Was Gay

A South Florida police chief has been placed on administrative leave for allegedly saying that a deputy's COVID-19 death happened because he was gay. In...

OnePlus extends returns, warranties during coronavirus pandemic

While the world deals with the coronavirus pandemic, many businesses have to try and operate as normal to serve their customers properly. This week,...


More Articles Like This