With Donald Trump leading the GOP race for the White House, the Trump brand and its business dealings are getting the harsh spotlight treatment. The New York Times delves into Trump’s real estate deals in New York City, citing previous bankruptcies and his propensity for litigation as cause for his lack of a presence there. Meanwhile, Bloomberg looks at Trump’s global business, where the millions made on his name has been offset by a number of losses and lawsuits. And in Las Vegas, the workers at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas called attention to their efforts to unionize while the national media was focused on the Nevada GOP caucus. Read more here.