Well, that was fast. Just two days following the announcement that Supreme had sold a 50 percent stake in its company to The Carlyle Group, some branded tees have cropped up online. Available in the firm’s corporate colorway of white and blue, each tee is $30 and features the nondescript company logo on the front. […]
James Jebbia’s streetwear brand Supreme has sold a 50 percent stake in the business to the private equity firm The Carlyle Group for around $500 million, which would value the brand at around $1 billion. That makes the streetwear company...Show More Summary
Yesterday it was announced that James Jebbia had sold a stake of Supreme to private equity firm The Carlyle Group. So what does it mean? Potentially quite a lot. But first, who or what are The Carlyle Group and why does this multinational, private equity, alternative asset management and financial services corporation (jheeze) have an […]
The biggest story of the week is how Supreme Founder James Jebbia quietly orchestrated the sale of a minority stake in Supreme to The Carlyle Group, who reportedly valued Supreme at over $1 billion. Terms of the deal were undisclosed, however, according to various publications, sources close to the company confirmed that Carlyle paid around $500 million […]
Just one day after Supreme opened its latest flagship store in Brooklyn, industry publication WWD is speculating that the brand may soon be closing an investment deal with private equity firm The Carlyle Group. While details are scarce,...Show More Summary
Mo Beler has left Innovo Property Group and joined JLL as an investment sales broker. Early last year Beler became a principal at Innovo, a real estate investment company started by former Carlyle... To view the full story, click the title link.
A court filing this week offered a rare peek inside the marriage of top-dog philanthropist David Rubenstein, who made his billions as the co-founder of the private-equity firm the Carlyle Group, and his wife, former Alaska newspaper publisher Alice Rogoff. A statement from Rogoff, submitted in bankruptcy proceedings for the media company she owned, immediately set tongues […]
ANAHEIM – How does a team pull off one of the greatest comebacks in NHL playoff history? In the aftermath of his team’s Game 5 miracle, Ducks coach Randy Carlyle struggled to pin down the ways and means or the traits about his group that led to it erasing a three-goal deficit in the final […]
Business Insider recently sat down with Sandra Horbach, the cohead of US buyouts at the $158 billion Carlyle Group, a private equity firm. Described as a trailblazer, Horbach is one of Carlyle's most senior women. She also represents...Show More Summary
Sandra Horbach, the cohead of US buyouts at the $158 billion Carlyle Group, is one of the private equity industry's most senior women. Described as a trailblazer, she is also one of Carlyle's most senior women. In a wide-ranging interview with Business Insider, Horbach described the best career advice she has gotten. Show More Summary
Sandra Horbach, the cohead of Carlyle Group's US buyouts unit, is one of the industry's most senior women. She and has been described as a trailblazer, having gotten her start in the fledgling industry in the 1980s. Horbach's industry...Show More Summary
An #Oprah2020 hashtag popped up on Twitter Wednesday, and it wasn't spurred by some random liberal pipe dream, but by the person the Daily Beast describes as our "national darling." In an interview with Carlyle Group CEO David Rubenstein for his Bloomberg Television talk show, Winfrey said she'd never seriously...
The Carlyle Group has done a bit of network M&A overseas. The US-based private equity group has acquired a majority stake in the global carrier CMC Networks.... [visit site to read more]
Bisnow: Jon Banister Private equity firm Carlyle Group is pushing further into real estate investment by launching its eighth U.S. real estate fund, this one with a $5B target. The fund, Carlyle Realty Partners VIII, is expected to go live within the first half of the year. It is part of the [...]
McDonald's said Monday it is selling its businesses in mainland China and Hong Kong for $2.08 billion to Citic, a state-owned conglomerate, and private-equity firm Carlyle Group.
McDonald's has sold its China and Hong Kong franchise to Citic Group and Carlyle Group, the companies announced Monday. The $2.08 billion deal covers the fast food chain's franchise rights for the next 20 years in mainland China andShow More Summary
McDonald’s said it would sell its businesses in mainland China and Hong Kong to Citic and the Carlyle Group for $2.08 billion.
Addison Lee, a London-headquartered minicab company owned by private equity firm The Carlyle Group, announced on Tuesday that it has acquired US rival Flyte Tyme. The deal was worth $25 million (£20 million), according to a source that...Show More Summary
Republican U.S. President-elect Donald Trump resumed holding meetings at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, following the Christmas holiday as he prepared to take over the White House from Democrat Barack Obama on Jan. 20. Below is a list of meetings for Wednesday, according to...
Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller, and Robert Carlyle are back 20 years after starring in Danny Boyle’s original Trainspotting to star in the much-anticipated and long-in-development sequel about the journey of a group of heroin add… Read The post ‘Trainspotting’ is Back After 20 Years with T2 Sequel: TRAILER appeared first on Towleroad.