Bain Capital and Blackrock have created dedicated impact practices. High net-worth individuals and family offices are gathering to share deals, ideas and experiences. Foundations are sharing best practices. And yet, the amount of dollars invested in real projects and actual businesses is still a minuscule percentage of all invested capital. What’s holding us back?
Specs Current gig CEO, Clear Channel Outdoor Americas Previous gig Operating partner, Bain Capital Age 46 Why join Clear Channel now? I'm coming from the operational part of Bain Capital, so my job was to work with companies on change programs and innovation. Show More Summary
...and apparently likes what he sees.
VB Event: Ahead of their participation at GrowthBeat Summit, Jet.com's Liza Landsman and Bain Capital Ventures' Scott Friend talk to VentureBeat about how shopping club startup Jet can keep from being disrupted itself.
VB Event: Jet.com’s Chief Customer Officer Liza Landsman, along with Scott Friend, Managing Director of Bain Capital Ventures -- which led the last round of the brand's funding -- will be featured in an intimate fireside chat at GrowthBeat Summit.
Work management and collaboration platform Wrike today announced that it has raised a $15 million Series B round led by Scale Venture Partners with participation from DCM Ventures and previous investor Bain Capital Ventures. As the company...Show More Summary
Thomas Friedman of The New York Times agrees with me on the Trans-Pacific Partnership I discussed last week. I say, let Obama fast-track this deal like Bain Capital would – aggressively and with an end in mind. Friedman thinks so too. I see not only better global supply chain performance, [...]
(Paul Mirengoff) I have referred to the Clinton Foundation as “Hillary Clinton’s Bain Capital” on the theory that it will connect her to unsympathetic figures and entities who behave badly in something like the way Bain Capital was said to connect Mitt Romney to bad corporate behavior. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Newsweek reports that “one of the biggest benefactors to the Clinton Foundation has been trading with Iran and may be in breach of US sanctions imposed on the country.” The “benefactor” in question is Victor Pinchuk,...Show More Summary
source: Boston Globe ANALYSIS The "Americanized Negro" has a challenge that remains unresolved in his psyche. His leftist activist history while on the outside tells him: "Capitalism = Racism" and his main purpose must be to DESTROY CAPITALISM. Show More Summary
The food giant is discussing a sale of the French business to Brakes Group, a food service provider owned by the firm Bain Capital.
Former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick, known for supporting US President Barack Obama and criticizing the global investment giant Bain Capital, reportedly has joined Bain Capital in leading position.
YEAH, BUT TO BE FAIR, BAIN CAPITAL QUIT BEING EVIL IN NOVEMBER OF 2012: Deval Patrick takes investing role at Bain Capital.
Former Democratic Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is joining the Boston-based private equity firm Bain Capital founded by his predecessor, Republican Mitt Romney, the Boston Globe reported on Tuesday. Patrick said last year when he decided not to run for a third term in office that he planned...
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, whose name came up for U.S. attorney general, is joining the investment firm Bain Capital. Uber picks up a Gibson Dunn team. The feds are sued for information about the SG's apology in 2011 about mistakes in high-court Indian law cases. This is a roundup of legal news from ALM and other publications.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick (D) has joined the private equity firm Bain Capital as a partner to focus on socially oriented investments, the New York Times reports. “Bain Capital, which is based in Boston, is one of the biggest [...]
Deval Patrick, the former governor of Massachusetts and a close ally of President Obama, is expected to concentrate on a new fund that will focus on socially oriented investments.
Former governor Deval Patrick is joining the Boston investment giant Bain Capital, where he will start a new line of business directing investments in companies that produce profits but also have a positive impact on social problems....Show More Summary
Bain Capital is positioning itself to embark on another acquisition spree in the region.
Although the valuation falls short of expectations, the MYOB float will still be a big money-spinner for Bain Capital, while Apache continues to offload its assets.