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.
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
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
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
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
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
Questions surround whether US-based Cerberus Capital Management has joined The Carlyle Group in working on a bid.
David M. Rubenstein of the Carlyle Group asked an audience at a conference to whom, among the presidential hopefuls, they would entrust their money.
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. […]
A private equity consortium led by TPG Capital and The Carlyle Group is expected to announce today a sweetened deal to buy the vet chain Greencross, valuing the business at $769 million.
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
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.
We are humbled and feeling great about the momentum that Surface continues to build with business customers. Surface Pro 4 is the fastest Surface adopted in business with customers such as The Carlyle Group, Clifford Chance (UK) and Berkshire Hathaway Automotive all purchasing Surface Pro 4 before it was even announced. Today we are pleased […]
Private-equity firm Carlyle Group LP will pay $7.4 billion for Symantec Corp.’s Veritas data-storage and recovery business, a downward revision citing “uncertainties” that surfaced following the August deal announcement.
The energy sector is about to throw up a once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunity. That is according to David Rubenstein, the billionaire cofounder and co-CEO of the alternatives giant Carlyle Group. "Maybe the greatest energy investing...Show More Summary
The RAC is to gain a new co-shareholder with the news that CVC Capital Partners is buying out the Carlyle Group’s stake in the organisation. The move comes four years after Carlyle bought the RAC from Aviva for £1.0bn, and sees GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund which became a joint investor a year ago, retain […]
Carlyle might announce new purchases for its sub-Saharan Africa fund early next year as it wants to reap growth benefits. ||| London - Carlyle Group, the world’s second-largest manager of investment alternatives to stocks and bonds,Show More Summary
Woolworths rallies 3.5% on news of an approach by The Carlyle Group and Blackstone.
Blackstone, The Carlyle Group may have approached retailer on a potential $30bn takeover.