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.
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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.
Ten years after Symantec paid $13.5bn for Veritas, Carlyle Group agreed in August to buy the data-storage business for just $8 billion (the biggest LBO of the year). Of course, the buyout deal made sense when the cost of funding wasShow More Summary
The company's revenues contracted across the board due to ongoing transitions including the sale of the information management business to the Carlyle Group, which is scheduled to be completed by January 1. Additionally, the exit from...Show More Summary
The company had announced the sale of the business to the Carlyle Group in a transaction that is expected to close by calendar year-end. Therefore, Symantec's management was likely to have been preoccupied with the Veritas separation process in the second quarter. Show More Summary
Private equity firms just wrapped up a pretty rough third quarter. Blackstone, KKR and The Carlyle Group reported disappointing results, each posting losses in their earnings reports. Blackstone reported a loss of $0.40 per share, while...Show More Summary
Kroton Educacional has agreed to sell its learning unit Uniasselvi to the Carlyle Group and the Brazilian investment firm Vinci Partners for $284.6 million.
SINGAPORE/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP fired its top dealmaker in Indonesia after the banker was fined by Singapore's financial regulator in an insider trading case, a source with direct knowledge of the decision told Reuters on Thursday. Show More Summary
Investment houses The Carlyle Group and Pictet Group announced a new unit Thursday that will offer loans against borrowers' fine art as collateral. The US and Swiss companies said their new Athena Art Finance Corp. will begin offering loans against works of art in the upcoming auction and art-fair season. Show More Summary
The British aircraft support services provider has agreed to acquire Landmark from the private equity giant the Carlyle Group.
(Reuters) - British aircraft services provider BBA Aviation Plc said it has proposed to acquire Landmark Aviation [LNDAV.UL], owned by private equity firm Carlyle Group LP, for $2.065 billion, to increase its exposure in the aviation market in North America. Show More Summary
SouFun Holdings Limited has entered into an agreement to raise between $400 million and $700 million from IDG Capital Partners, the Carlyle Group the management (mainly founder and CEO Vincent Mo).