(NEW YORK) — Fire protection and security company Tyco is selling its South Korean security business to asset manager The Carlyle Group for about $1.93 billion. Tyco Fire & Security Services Korea Co. Ltd. and its subsidiaries form and run Tyco International Ltd.’s South Korean security business. Show More Summary
William Conway was handsomely rewarded for having quantitatively more faith in his firm’s products than David Rubenstein and Daniel D’Aniello combined. The three founders— William E. Conway Jr., Daniel A. D’Aniello and David M. Rubenstein—each took home $92.6 million in dividends and $281,375 in base salary and other compensation…. Show More Summary
Daniel A. D'Aniello, the co-founder and chairman of the Washington-basedprivate-equity giant Carlyle Group, is contributing $20 million to the right-leaning American Enterprise Institute. The contribution by D'Aniello — set to be announced...Show More Summary
David M. Rubenstein of the private equity giant Carlyle Group stands nearly alone among wealthy donors in shoring up institutions generally under the purview of the federal government, Jennifer Steinhauer reports in The New York Times. Of the $300 million he has given away, about $200 million has been what he calls "patriotic giving."
The Carlyle Group LP (CG) Q4 2013 Results Earnings Conference Call February 19, 2014 8:30 am ET Executives Daniel Harris – Managing Director and Head of Public Relations William E. Conway, Jr. – Co-Chief Executive Officer, Founder & Director of Carlyle Group Management, LLC David M. Show More Summary
Among the givers on The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s 2013 list of top American donors were David Rubenstein, the co-founder of the private equity giant the Carlyle Group, and Stephen A. Schwarzman, the head of the Blackstone Group,.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German tire and car parts maker Continental has agreed to buy U.S. private equity investor Carlyle Group's Veyance Technologies, which once belonged to its rival Goodyear, for 1.4 billion euros ($1.9 billion).
The Carlyle Group is said to be the likely buyer for the unit, which produces a range of products used in shipping and transportation.
Fresh off the opening of the eponymous David M. Rubenstein Gallery at the National Archives with a $13.5 million gift in December, the billionaire co-founder of the Carlyle Group and chairman of the Kennedy Center for the PerformingShow More Summary
NEW YORK: Johnson & Johnson said it would sell its ortho clinical diagnostics unit to private equity firm Carlyle Group for US$4.15 billion, shedding a slow-growing business to focus on more lucrative products. The deal is Carlyle'sShow More Summary
Johnson & Johnson said Thursday that it's been offered $4.15 billion by The Carlyle Group for its Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics business, a year after J&J began reviewing strategic options for... To view the full story, click the title link.
(Reuters) - Private equity firm Carlyle Group said it would buy Johnson & Johnson's diagnostics unit for $4.15 billion.
The Carlyle Group is near a deal to buy Johnson & Johnson's clinical testing arm for about $4.1 billion, a person briefed on the matter said on Wednesday.
David Rubenstein, founder of one of the most powerful private equity firms in the world, The Carlyle group, has a message for all the young people on Wall Street concerned about burning out on long hours. It's about love (via CNBC'sShow More Summary
That’s an odd pairing, but these two are going head-to-head in a battle for market share in a new market.
A linkfest of the best reading in fund investing: Forget low-volatility investing. Take a look at companies with volatile stocks but smooth earnings. — Jack Hough, Barrons.com Here’s why dozens of ETFs died in 2013 despite a roaring stock market. — Jonathan Burton, MarketWatch Zuma Press Avoid, they said. What DFA, Vanguard and American Funds [...]
Less than a year after stepping down as Federal Communications Commission chairman, Julius Genachowski returned to the corporate world to take a post at The Carlyle Group, the investment firm announced Monday. Genachowski, a former IAC/InterActiveCorp general counsel who led...
The revolving door continues to swing: Former FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski will help the asset management firm invest in global technology, media, and telecom companies, The Carlyle Group announced today. The firm, founded in 1987,...Show More Summary
In a time-honored tradition, former Federal Communications Chairman Julius Genachowski has joined private equity giant Carlyle Group as a managing director, according to Variety. Carlyle is well-known for attracting former government officials to its ranks, and it’s nice to see a former FCC commissioner that isn’t […]
The former IAC executive will be a partner in the private-equity firm's U.S. buyout team and will focus on tech, media and telecom investments. Former FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has joined private-equity firm The Carlyle Group, it was announced today. Show More Summary