Soon after completing his studies at Fordham University and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, he started working at his father’s real estate firm, Elizabeth Trump and Sons. The company was renamed The Trump Organization when he assumed control of it. Starting from middle-class rental housing, Trump eventually branched out to larger, commercial projects, which included hotels and casinos. Most recently, in July 2012, he opened a $150 million Scottish golf course, which attracted opposition from environmentalists who decried the disappearance of the site’s beautiful sand dunes. Trump is not just restricted to real estate. Over the years he has built his name as a licensing brand for a wide range of products that include mattresses and men’s fragrances. Trump also rakes in dough from his speaking engagements, books and his popular Apprentice reality TV series.