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Did Donald Trump ever file for bankruptcy?  The answer is no, he has not ever filed a personal bankruptcy, but his business interests have sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on six occasions.

Chapter 11 is a reorganization, normally of a large business.  Click here for a list of Chapter 11 bankruptcies of major companies.

July 16, 1991.  The Trump Taj Mahal. 

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Locating A Great Deal Over A New Cell Phone

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"There is an added sense of urgency now," says Barbara Roper, director of investor protection at the Consumer Federation of America.

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Treasury Secretary-designate Steven Mnuchin fended off questions about his past investments and foreclosure practices while discussing policy matters at his Senate confirmation hearing; FHA mortgage bond volume is starting to hit worrisome levels.

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American Banker readers share their views on the most pressing banking topics of the week. Comments are excerpted from reader response sections of AmericanBanker.com articles and our social media platforms.

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Quarterly profit improved despite a spike in noninterest expenses.

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Quarterly profit fell at SunTrust Banks in Atlanta as noninterest expense rose 8.4% and its loan-loss provision increased.

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As President-elect Trump and the new Congress proceed on tax reform, there is one exemption in particular that needs to be closed, shut and buried.

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The South Carolina company plans to use proceeds for acquisitions and organic growth.

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On earnings calls this week CEOs expressed optimism for increased loan demand, a softer tone from regulators, a higher SIFI threshold and, potentially, a surge of interest in health savings accounts.

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Citizens Financial Group in Providence, R.I., reported bigger profits in the fourth quarter on the strength of loan growth and improvements in its loan yield.

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Attorney Ed WoodsThe cost of health care is a major concern for nearly all Americans and there is no shortage of health care related news coverage recently. Understandably, there are lots of questions and forecasts about what might be about to happen. Will the Affordable Care Act a/k/a “Obamacare” be repealed? Will anything replace it? If so, what will replace it? How much will it cost taxpayers and consumers? And while there are many questions and much uncertainty at present, one thing seems inevitable to me at least. The cost of health care will almost certainly continue to rise. These costs will continue to be a major expenditure for many Americans. At times, these costs will be overwhelming regardless of what happens in Washington, D.C.

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Fourth-quarter profits at Wintrust Financial in Rosemont, Ill., climbed 54% to $54.6 million from a year earlier, helped largely by acquisitions and increases in mortgage banking and other fee income.

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As artificial intelligence makes analytics better, the question of who gets to benefit from the intel will come up more. Fintech startup wallet.ai believes customers should be told of propensities that might be hurting them.

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As JPMorgan Chase and Oracle face lawsuits from the Labor Department over their allegedly discriminatory pay practices, Sallie Krawcheck talks about how the key to closing the equality gap is financial equality, and U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney suggests the new administration make the gender pay gap a top priority. Also, Sen. Elizabeth Warren readies for war at Steven Mnuchin's confirmation hearing, Mary Jo White reflects on her time as SEC chair and New York Financial Services Superintendent Maria Vullo slams the OCC's fintech charter plan.

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In his confirmation hearing, Treasury Secretary-designate Steven Mnuchin said he wanted to work with both parties to find a “bipartisan fix” for the housing finance system.

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The global money transmitter will pay $586 million and implement an anti-fraud program in order to resolve allegations that it enabled widespread misconduct by some of its employees.

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Thursday sued TCF National Bank for what the bureau said were deceptive and abusive practices in selling overdraft services.

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American Express Co., the largest U.S. credit-card issuer by purchases, said fourth-quarter profit fell 8.2 percent as expenses exceeded analysts’ estimates and the firm set aside more money to cover bad loans.

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The Connecticut bank said a spike in business lending and residential mortgages gave its fourth-quarter earnings a boost.

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