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Play The Rise Of The Private Equity Managers With Carlyle Group

By Ashleigh Rogers: Firms don't come much more prestigious in the private equity world than Carlyle Group (CG). What Goldman Sachs (GS) once was in investment banking, Carlyle still is private equity. With the possible exception of Blackstone (BX), CG is in my opinion the most well-regarded PE firm in the world. Show More Summary

CNN's Kate Bolduan Expecting First Child

The "New Day" anchor married Carlyle Group managing director Michael Gershenson in 2010. read more

Journalists celebrate purchase of staid local newspaper by plucky rival. (Overlook plucky rival’s ties to Carlyle Group)

The announcement that the Alaska Dispatch has purchased the Anchorage Daily News has been met primarily with celebrations about the out-of-nowhere triumph of the underdog. “Salmon swallows whale” blared the Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s headline. Show More Summary

Highbridge Capital Hires a Trader in London

The hedge fund Highbridge Capital Management, which recently hired away two portfolio managers from Steven A. Cohen, has now recruited a portfolio manager in London from Claren Road Asset Management, a division of the Carlyle Group.

Nats opening day draws VIP fans

Hey, isn’t that… Die-hard Nats fans, including Bloomberg News’ Al Hunt, NBC host David Gregory, former Fed chairman Ben Bernanke, and former FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski (now with the Carlyle Group), taking in today’s home opener against the Atlanta Braves? The super-fans might not have gotten the curly “W” they were hoping for (the Nats fell […]

The John Paul Jones Group

There are of course famous companies that are called groups. You have The Carlyle Group, a hugely successful asset management firm. The Group was also the title of popular autobiographical novel by Mary McCarthy. But some pithy social networker must have realized that there was strength in numbers and no law against adding "group" to one's name. Show More Summary

Is Dividend Machine Johnson & Johnson A Buy?

By Charles Lewis Sizemore: Medical and consumer products giant Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ ) made a big splash this week by agreeing to sell is Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics business to The Carlyle Group ( CG ). The diagnostics business, which...Show More Summary

Bonus Watch ’14: Mike Cavanagh

Mike Cavanaugh gave up a lot when he quit his job as the co-head of JP Morgan’s corporate and investment bank to become president and co-COO of the Carlyle Group. He gave up the chance to see the words “heir apparent” mentioned in every...Show More Summary

Cavanagh to Receive $39 Million in Pay for Joining Carlyle

Michael J. Cavanagh, the longtime JPMorgan Chase executive who is preparing to join the Carlyle Group, will make $7 million in salary and bonus, and will also received restricted stock worth $32 million.

Exclusive: Carlyle seeking to buy a traditional asset manager

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Carlyle Group LP is considering buying a traditional money manager to broaden its own investment platform, as the private equity firm tries to attract more retail investors and achieve the higher stock market valuation commanded by...

Carlyle hires JPMorgan’s Cavanagh as co-president, co-COO

(Reuters) - Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP said it appointed Mike Cavanagh, co-head of JPMorgan Chase & Co's corporate and investment bank, as co-president and co-chief operating officer.

A Potential Successor To Jamie Dimon Has Left JPMorgan

Michael "Mike" Cavanagh, who was seen as a potential successor to Jamie Dimon, is leaving JPMorgan Chase for private equity giant Carlyle Group, the bank said in a press release. Cavanagh, 48, was the co-CEO of JPMorgan's investment bank. Show More Summary

Akerson Named Vice Chairman Of Carlyle Group Board Of Directors

Former General Motors CEO Dan Akerson has been named Vice Chairman to the private-equity firm Carlyle Group’s board of directors, where he will act as special adviser to the firm’s investment teams, managment and the board itself. Bloomberg reports Akerson returned to Carlyle March 1, having headed the firm’s global buyouts and co-headed the U.S. […]

Former G.M. Chief Returns to Carlyle

Daniel F. Akerson, the former chief executive of General Motors, has returned to the Carlyle Group, the private equity giant where he worked before running the automaker. Mr. Akerson, 65, is now the vice chairman of Carlyle and a special adviser to its board.

Oracle Sourcing & Spend Analysis Meets SaaS and Managed Services: Customer Case Study Webinar

Spend Matters is hosting a public webinar this afternoon (1 to 2 pm CDT) featuring George Zullo, Director, Sourcing & Procurement Continuous Improvement at NBTY. Owned by the Carlyle Group, NBTY is a $3 billion retailer and nutrition provider whose name does not roll off the tongue, but their products are ubiquitous. Show More Summary

Tyco Selling South Korean Security Arm for $1.93B

(NEW YORK) — Fire protection and security company Tyco is selling its South Korean security business to asset manager The Carlyle Group for about $1.93 billion. Tyco Fire & Security Services Korea Co. Ltd. and its subsidiaries form and run Tyco International Ltd.’s South Korean security business. Show More Summary

Bonus Watch ’13: Carlyle Group Co-Founders

William Conway was handsomely rewarded for having quantitatively more faith in his firm’s products than David Rubenstein and Daniel D’Aniello combined. The three founders— William E. Conway Jr., Daniel A. D’Aniello and David M. Rubenstein—each took home $92.6 million in dividends and $281,375 in base salary and other compensation…. Show More Summary

Exclusive: One of Washington’s wealthiest is giving $20 million to a top conservative think tank

Daniel A. D'Aniello, the co-founder and chairman of the Washington-basedprivate-equity giant Carlyle Group, is contributing $20 million to the right-leaning American Enterprise Institute. The contribution by D'Aniello — set to be announced...Show More Summary

David Rubenstein’s ‘Patriotic’ Approach to Philanthropy

David M. Rubenstein of the private equity giant Carlyle Group stands nearly alone among wealthy donors in shoring up institutions generally under the purview of the federal government, Jennifer Steinhauer reports in The New York Times. Of the $300 million he has given away, about $200 million has been what he calls "patriotic giving."

The Carlyle Group's CEO Discusses Q4 2013 Earnings Results - Earnings Call Transcript

The Carlyle Group LP (CG) Q4 2013 Results Earnings Conference Call February 19, 2014 8:30 am ET Executives Daniel Harris – Managing Director and Head of Public Relations William E. Conway, Jr. – Co-Chief Executive Officer, Founder & Director of Carlyle Group Management, LLC David M. Show More Summary

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