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Energy Jobs: DOE, Cathy Zoi, Pegasus, First Solar, GE Ventures, Carlyle Group, Canadian Solar

Elaine Ulrich of the DOE is now on detail at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy as a senior policy advisor for energy. At the DOE, Ulrich leads the SunShot balance-of-systems soft-costs team. Cathy Zoi, formerlyShow More Summary

Uber Co-Founder Invests In Ravi Ika’s Health Care Startup RxAdvance

RxAdvance, a full service Pharmacy Benefits Management company, announced Oscar Salazar, co-founder of Uber, and Walter Jin, founder of Carlyle Healthcare Group,

The Carlyle—with its paparazzi-proof condos—is finally 100 percent sold

The units averaged $1,044 per square foot It took six years to do it, but there are no more vacancies at the Carlyle Residences on Wilshire Boulevard. According to The Real Deal, all 78 units at the Elad Group’s Westwood luxury tower...Show More Summary

Real Washington Corruption? Not Hillary's Latest Emails, but Bush-Cheney Ties to Iraq's Wartime Profiteers

Right-wingers upset with Bono conveniently forget about the Carlyle Group and Halliburton. The latest flurry of right-wing consternation over Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while Secretary of State has crossed over into...Show More Summary

Carlyle to focus Asia real estate investment on China logistics

By Elzio Barreto and Clare Jim HONG KONG (Reuters) - Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP will focus its Asia real estate investments on logistics and office projects in China, optimistic that the country's e-commerce boom will drive growth in those sectors despite a slowing economy. Show More Summary

RUBENSTEIN: The US is 'doing better than any other developed economy in the world'

Billionaire private-equity CEO David Rubenstein of The Carlyle Group is psyched about the US economy. In a podcast Tuesday, he talked about the economy, the probability of a recession, and current investing opportunities. When askedShow More Summary

Carlyle could make a brace of $2 billion acquisitions in Japan: executive

By Junko Fujita TOKYO (Reuters) - Private equity firm Carlyle Group said it could make a pair of acquisitions in Japan worth $2 billion apiece, a strategic departure from a previous focus on smaller deals as big Japanese firms are gearing up for spinoffs of larger assets. Show More Summary

Wall Street's big investors are piling into tourism

Rainmakers are betting on tourists to bring in some serious profits. The Carlyle Group, the private-equity giant with $178 billion in assets, recently invested in Inca Rail, which provides a scenic ride to Machu Picchu in Peru. Apollo...Show More Summary

Billionaire private-equity CEO David Rubenstein says Britain will almost certainly go into a recession and the US may follow

David Rubenstein, co-founder and co-CEO of private equity firm The Carlyle Group, sat down with BlackRock's Larry Fink and Elliott Management's Paul Singer at the Aspen Ideas Festival.   Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »

3 Wall Street legends share one investment they find attractive right now

David Rubenstein of The Carlyle Group, Larry Fink of BlackRock, and Paul Singer of Elliot t  Management  took the stage at the Aspen Ideas Festival in a panel called "Reimagining Capitalism: The Long-Term, Short-Term Debate". At theShow More Summary

#PanamaPapers: Billionaire George Soros Linked to Offshore Arms Trade

The so-called Panama Papers contain links to US billionaire George Soros, who established a number of offshore investment partnerships, including a private equity partnership with US Carlyle Group engaged in investment in arms manufacturers using offshore business, US media reported, citing leaked documents.

Larry Summers just threw epic shade about tax breaks right in a private equity CEO's face

It's hot here in Las Vegas, so it's a good thing former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers brought shade to the desert. On Wednesday morning at the SkyBridge Alternatives hedge fund conference, Carlyle Group co-CEO David Rubenstein interviewed Summers alongside his Clinton administration colleague Robert Rubin. Show More Summary

RUBENSTEIN: The next president will likely face a recession in their first term

Private-equity billionaire David Rubenstein, who co-founded Carlyle Group, said Wednesday that the next US president will probably see "something close to a recession or something that might be close to very low growth." It's too early to predict what Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton would do as president, he said. Show More Summary

Washington Democrats Aren't as Pro-Choice as They Think They Are

6 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Heidi Groover State Sen. Reuven Carlyle (D-Seattle) has a strong pro-choice voting record and has been endorsed by NARAL Pro-Choice Washington, but got only a C grade on the group's new legislative scorecard. Eli Sanders NARAL Pro-Choice...Show More Summary

RUBENSTEIN: Rich people don't want to be president anymore, they just want to manage money

The rich used to dream of having their children grow up to be president of the United States. Now they're more interested in having them become money-managers. That is according to Carlyle Group CEO David Rubenstein. During Carlyle's...Show More Summary

Carlyle Group beats expectations, profit drops 79%

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP posted better-than-expected first-quarter earnings on Wednesday as gains in its buyout and real estate investments offset losses in other areas including the energy market. Carlyle...Show More Summary

SuperReturn International: At Investors’ Conference in Germany, Tepid Support for U.S. Candidates

David M. Rubenstein of the Carlyle Group asked an audience at a conference to whom, among the presidential hopefuls, they would entrust their money.

Morgan Stanley Upgrades Carlyle Group, Sees Boon from ‘Dry Powder’

Analysts at Morgan Stanley say give a nod to private-equity firm Carlyle Group’s (CG) potential to put cash to work, upgrading the stock to “overweight” on Wednesday. At the same time, analyst Michael Cyprys cut his rating on KKR (KKR) a peg to “equal weight,” noting that the manager is worryingly exposed to swings in publicly traded stocks. […]

Carlyle unveils $200 million share buyback, fourth-quarter earnings miss forecast

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP unveiled a $200 million share buyback plan on Wednesday as it posted weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings amid volatile financial markets. Carlyle's economic net income...Show More Summary

Carlyle Group Reports Drop in Profit and Announces Stock Buyback

The Carlyle Group said it would buy back $200 million worth of shares for the first time in its history as it announced fourth-quarter earnings.

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