Donald Trump, Entrepreneur who was successful in the world of television

donald trumpWho is not familiar with Donald Trump. A complete man named Donald John Trump is the most famous figure of the entrepreneur in the world of entertainment. He is best known as a pioneer of television programs, and a successful businessman from United States.

Trump was born on June 14, 1946 in Queens, New York as the son of Fred Trump, a Real Estate Development and marketing in New York. He has three siblings, one male and two females. She is the oldest sister Maryanne Trump Barry, a federal judge.

He attended The Kew-Forest School in Forest Hills, Queens. But after the chaos that is going on there at the moment is 13 years old, his parents sent to Trump the New York Military Academy in the hopes that he will be a tough guy. It went smoothly. In fact, he was promoted as a Captain-S4 Officer during his senior.

He studied at Fordham University for two years before he moved to the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduating in 1968 with a degree in economics, he joined his father’s real estate company The Trump Organization which concentrates on the field of a middle-class home rental.

One of his first projects was to renovate the apartment complex of Swifton Village in Cincinnati, Ohio. Trump change complex 1200 apartment units and raise tariffs by 66 percent to 100 percent. When reselling Swifton Village for US $ 12 million, Trump Organization raked in a profit of US $ 6 million.

In the 1970s, Trump profited from the New York City Government over tax payments in Exchange for the financial crisis facing the Hotel Commodore. Trump also successfully developed the field properties for the Javits Convention Center. Expansion of the Javits Convention Center makes the Trump deal with the Government of New York City. One of the projects, worth US $ 110 million it made New York pay between US $ 750 million to $ 1 billion. Trump also offered to recompense the project but his offer was rejected.

Similar circumstances occurred when New York tried to renovate the Wollman Rink in Central Park. A project targeted completion in 1980 in 2.5 years, but until 1986 and a Fund of US $ 12 million project has been issued has not yet completed. Trump also offered to handle the project and he finish it within six months with funding merely US $ 750,000.

In 1990, as the impact of the recession, Trump had trouble paying his debts. He was faced with the problem of loan Casino third payer i.e. Taj Mahal the equivalent of US $ 1 billion with interest very high.

On November 2, 1992, the Trump Plaza Hotel was forced to plan a package of protection from bankruptcy after it was unable to pay a delinquent loan. In his plan, Trump was willing to give a 49 percent stake from the luxury hotel to Citibank and five other founders. But instead, Trump received a better state that held the position as Chief Executive, though at no charge.

In 1994, Trump lost US $ 900 million from the private account and a drastic loss in the business sector amounted to US $ 3.5 billion when he was forced to leave the Trump Shuttle, he was required to attend to the Trump Tower in New York City and control the three casinos in Atlantic City.

Trump has emerged in the media with version caricatures in television series and films such as Home Alone 2, The Nanny, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, the Pays of Our Live and as a character she herself is The Little Rascals, as well as guest starred talk show events.

In 2004, Trump became the Executive producer and host of NBC’s The Apprentice, which is the event competition at the level of top-class management. The contestants are fired or the termination of the game. The winner of this game will be contracted for one year at the company’s Trump with a salary of US $ 250 thousand. For the first one year, Trump gets paid US $ 50,000 per episode. But due to the show’s success, he then paid US $ 3 million per episode, and that makes people in the highest pay-per-view television. In 2007 awarded the top Trump The Apprentice program by receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.