9 Celebs Who Said They'd Move to Canada if Trump Won The moment of truth has come for these 18 celebrities rounded up by TMZ , all of whom said they might move to Canada should Donald Trump win the presidency. 5 Hotels Where You Can Escape the Election Hubbub Tune out, turn down the volume - choose the right getaway to get away from the electoral noise.A sampling: Larry Flynt: "The thought of Donald Trump becoming president nauseates me in a big way," and if he won? Protestors Target Pay Pal After Founder Supports Trump In the wake of news that Pay Pal founder Peter Thiel has donated money to Donald Trump, users organized a protest. Many hotels and inns are promoting their isolation and digital detox.As an alternative you can also try our non-DTD-based validator.In Case You Missed It Thursday: Everyone (but Pfizer) May Still Need Some Advil Donald Trump's victory may be a win for Wall Street traders; Colgate-Palmolive remains on slippery slope; and more from The Street and its various properties.The bid, if true, would represent a 46% premium to Wednesday's close.Amy Schumer Has Harsh Words for Those Vowing to Move to Canada Apparently when Amy Schumer saying she's going to leave the country if Donald Trump is elected president was a joke, but other people saying the same thing is a serious matter.
Pollsters who predicted Trump win benefit from industry's miss By David Ingram and Jeffrey Dastin NEW YORK (Reuters) - A handful of small public opinion polling companies that bucked consensus and accurately called the U. Trump and Obama set campaign rancor aside with White House meeting By Steve Holland and Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U. President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump met on Thursday for the first time, setting aside the deep rancor that dominated Liberal Warren throws down gauntlet to President-elect Trump By Lisa Lambert WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U. Democrats' liberal firebrand, Senator Elizabeth Warren, threw down the gauntlet to President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday, telling labor union members SEC Subpeonas 4 Banks in ADR Investigation: Report As if the big banks haven't gotten into enough regulatory hot water over the past few years, a clutch of major financial institutions are being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission for their trading in shares of foreign companies.The Wall Street Journal, citing "people close to the investigation," is reporting that four are being investigated by the SEC for misconduct in the trading of American depositary receipts. A Chinese investor operating under the name "ABM Capital" on Wednesday filed a disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission claiming to have offered .50 each for all the outstanding shares of Fitbit (NYSE: FIT).