Junior bankers — some who graduated from college only last year — are being courted for lucrative positions at companies such as Bain Capital and the Carlyle Group.
A group of the private equity firm's energy funds fell 17 percent in the quarter as publicly traded investments in that portfolio declined because of the collapse in oil prices.
A new fund-raising round by the Carlyle Group is just one indication of private equity’s commitment to Brazil.
We sincerely doubt the following was Dr. Dre approved. David Rubenstein, billionaire co-founder of the Carlyle Group, which invested in Dre’s Beats Electronics in 2013, added amateur rapper to his list of C-suite accomplishments. Just wait for it. The scene: Starring in his company’s annual holiday video, MC Rubenstein heads to the studio rocking a pair of red […]
Private equity giant Carlyle Group released its annual holiday message Monday night and it's absolutely hilarious. It features co-chief executive David Rubenstein donning a bright red pair of Beats By Dre headphones and rapping about...Show More Summary
The man—a Democrat—who founded the Carlyle Group explains why he gives it away. Here’s one rich man who doesn’t think he did it all himself.
Carlyle Group invested $147 million (R1.6 billion) in Diamond Bank as it seeks to expand in Africa’s largest economy. ||| CARLYLE Group invested $147 million (R1.6 billion) in Diamond Bank as it seeks to expand in Africa’s largest economy. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP is looking to raise about $5 billion for a fund that can hold stakes in companies for as long as 20 years, Bloomberg reported. The company expects to make investments that do not fit within...Show More Summary
The Carlyle Group co-founder is a man of refinement and taste who is more or less single-handedly preserving America’s cultural heritage, such as it is. But assuming Warren Buffett’s glittering eyes were pointed in his direction when...Show More Summary
SMRT, a transportation provider, said that it had been approached by an investment bank about acquiring Addison, which is majority owned by the private equity giant The Carlyle Group.
Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, GIC, has agreed to take a stake in the company. After the deal, the private equity giant Carlyle Group, which acquired RAC in 2011, and GIC will jointly own a majority stake.
Among the latest filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, activist investor Joseph Stillwell revealed upping his stake in Kingsway Financial Services Inc. (USA) (NYSE:KFS). In another filing, Carlyle Group disclosed closing its entire stake in YRC Worldwide Inc (NASDAQ:YRCW). Show More Summary
Legendary hedge fund manager Julian Robertson is speaking at Bloomberg Market's Most Influential Summit. Bill Conway from the Carlyle Group is also on the panel. Robertson thinks that there are two bubbles that can bite us. "I agree with the fact that the economy is definitely getting better. Show More Summary
So far, 2014 has been a rough year for shares of private equity firms with the likes of Blackstone Group (BX), Carlyle Group (CG) and Apollo Global Management (APO) lagging the broader stock market. In fact, shares are Carlyle and Apollo have fallen 14% and 27% respectively since the start of the year, compared to [...]
By China Stock Research: Shanda Games (NASDAQ:GAME) recently tanked on news that the group supporting the management buyout was playing musical chairs. The deal had attracted the Carlyle group, who has successfully completed severalShow More Summary
As we head into fall, Susan G. Komen’s Honoring the Promise gala is back with former ABC “Good Morning America” co-host Joan Lunden as its emcee. Komen will honor Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) and The Carlyle Group’s David Rubenstein...Show More Summary
By Stephen Aldred HONG KONG (Reuters) - Carlyle Group, one of the world's largest private equity firms, said on Monday it has closed its fourth Asia fund at $3.9 billion, the second-largest private equity fund ever raised for Asia investments. Show More Summary
By Marshall Hargrave: Shanda Games (NASDAQ:GAME) is down around 4% over the last week after Carlyle Group and Fountainvest Partners is pulling out in a plan to buy the company. Other firms pulling out include Perfect World and Primavera Capital. Show More Summary