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Already Struggling, Trump’s European Properties Lost More Than 60% Of Revenue Last Year


Donald Trump’s golf resorts in Europe have been struggling for years, racking up about $90 million in losses by the end of 2019. But they’ve never had a year quite like 2020. As the pandemic swirled around the globe, revenues dropped at least 63% at the three properties, according to an analysis of Trump’s latest financial disclosure report. Sales…

The Swedish Model

The Swedish Model


Article first published in Forbes Monaco September/October 2020 issue. Victoria Silvstedt trades in the runway for stock market strategies. Chances are that you know her face, and perhaps her striking curvaceous figure as well. She has been featured on hundreds and hundreds of magazine covers for over two decades, including Playboy’s Playmate of the Year back in 1997, but that’s…

The Redeemer

The Redeemer


Article first published in Forbes Monaco September/October 2020 issue. A new cashback programme made easy by Monaco resident Simon Piggott. Incentive programs are nothing new. The first loyalty scheme dates back to 1793, when a U.S. merchant gave customers copper tokens that they could collect and exchange for in-store items.In 1896, Sperry & Hutchinson Co. in Alabama incentivized…

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