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The Man Behind ‘America’s Wine Superstore’

By Lettie Teague Wall Street Journal TWENTY-FIVE YEARS ago David Trone and his brother Robert opened a small wine shop in Claymont, Del. Today, the Trones preside over a $2.5 billion privately held retail empire based in Bethesda, Md., with 149 ... Read more

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The Presidential Candidates’ Plans for Small Business

By David Trone Huffington Post Florida has more than 2 million small businesses with over 3 million employees. I’m proud to be the President and owner of one of them, Total Wine & More. Small business is critical to the national economy, ... Read more

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An Unfortunate and Unintended Consequence of Donald Trump

By David Trone Huffington Post Donald Trump is bad for business. This isn’t just a fearful prediction of how the economy would fare if a compliant Congress enacted his nativist and isolationist rhetoric. Rather it is what Trump’s emergence might ... Read more

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David Trone’s Foundation Donates $2.5 Million to Suburban Hospital

By Joe Zimmerman Bethesda Magazine The foundation of Potomac resident David Trone, founder of Total Wine & More and sometime political candidate, and his wife, June, donated $2.5 million to Suburban Hospital, the hospital announced Monday. ... Read more

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Donald Trump and the Lessons of Wharton

By David Trone Huffington Post Friends and associates ask me about Donald Trump as if I possess special insight. Their questions apparently come from the traits we share. We both have degrees from Wharton, are successful in business and active ... Read more

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Total Wine Co-Founder Funding $15 Million Push to aid Ex-Convicts

By Spencer S. Hsu  Washington Post A Maryland couple is donating $15 million to the American Civil Liberties Union to expand a campaign to cut prison populations and promote private initiatives to rehabilitate and employ ex-convicts, the ACLU ... Read more

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