October 15, 2013 |
Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner welcomed their second child, a boy, on Monday evening in New York. The little guy, born at 9:54 p.m., got a big name: Joseph Frederick Kushner, the two-time mom announced Tuesday on her Tumblr page. The name comes from Mom and Dad's paternal grandfathers, she said. "Both men set the standards that have been passed down through the generations and which we hope to impart upon Joseph and Arabella," wrote Ivanka, 31. "They created a legacy for our family that inspires our careers as well as our love and respect for one another.
April 11, 2013 |
Ivanka Trump is having another baby! The "Celebrity Apprentice" mentor, 31, and husband Jared Kushner are expecting their second child, news that she confirmed on Twitter on Thursday. "Jared and I are so excited that Arabella will become a big sister this fall. Thanks for all your good wishes!" she tweeted . PHOTOS: Hollywood baby boom The couple welcomed Arabella Rose, their first daughte r, in July 2011. She and Kushner, the chairman of Observer Media Group, married in 2009.
March 8, 2012 |
Jared Kushner has withdrawn from the Dodgers sweepstakes, leaving seven parties in the running to buy the team. Kushner, the owner and publisher of the New York Observer and son-in-law of Donald Trump, submitted a bid with a financial structure Major League Baseball declined to approve, according to a person familiar with the sale process but not authorized to discuss it. Kushner was invited to consider restructuring his bid or joining with...
February 6, 2012 |
Jared Kushner, born into a prominent New York real estate family and son-in-law of Donald Trump, has emerged as a candidate in the bidding for the Dodgers. Kushner, who became owner and publisher of the New York Observer in 2006, has played a key role in expanding the family business beyond real estate. At 31, he would be the youngest owner in Major League Baseball. The Kushner bid is one of at least nine to advance to the second round of the Dodgers' ownership sweepstakes.
July 31, 2006 |
The New York Observer, a feisty and influential but financially troubled weekly paper, has been sold to the son of a politically disgraced New Jersey developer, and Editor Peter Kaplan said Sunday that the new owner represented "the next generation of newspaper publishers." Jared Kushner, 25, a second-year law student at New York University, bought the paper from longtime Observer owner and founder Arthur Carter.
July 23, 2006 |
The ongoing negotiations to find a new owner for the New York Observer, a lively and influential but financially troubled weekly newspaper, took a new twist with the disclosure that Jared Kushner -- the 25-year-old son of Charles Kushner, a once prominent but now disgraced New Jersey real estate developer -- has entered into talks to buy the paper.