Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross To Sell Remaining Stock Holdings
Friday, 13 July 2018 Facing criticism from the government's top ethics watchdog, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross revealed Thursday he will sell all of his remaining stock holdings. A well-known investor prior to joining President Donald Trump's administration, Ross acknowledged making inadvertent errors in completing the divestitures required by his ethics agreement.
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says he’ll sell all of his remaining equity holdings. The decision comes after Ross was criticized by federal ethics agencies over his asset reporting. Back in June, Ross sold a shipping firm's stock after being asked about its links to Russia. According to...
Politico reports that administration officials and close White House advisers say that 80-year-old Wilbur Ross could be out of a job in a broader Cabinet shakeup as soon as January. Either this or as..
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Trump administration has asked a New York federal appeals court to halt a trial set for Nov. 5 that will examine the legality of U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’ decision..
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