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The National Gallery of Art announces David M. Rubenstein is to become a trustee

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On July 1, 2015, David M. Rubenstein, philanthropist and co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, a global alternative asset manager, will become a trustee of the National Gallery of Art, while Victoria Sant will become trustee emerita after 15 years of service on the board, 12 of them also as Gallery president. Show More Summary

Private Equity Firms Circle Australian Car Finance Company

Carlyle Group and TPG are in discussions to buy Esanda, Australia’s second-largest motor vehicle financing business.

Carlyle Group commits up to $500 million to India-focused Magna Energy

(Reuters) - Carlyle Group has committed to invest up to $500 million in Magna Energy Ltd, an India-focused upstream oil and gas company, the global private equity firm said in a statement on Monday. Led by Mike Watts and Jann Brown who...Show More Summary

Exclusive: Blackstone, Carlyle in $10 billion-plus bid for NCR - sources

(Reuters) - Blackstone Group LP and Carlyle Group LP are making a joint bid for NCR Corp in a leveraged buyout worth more than $10 billion, including debt, making it this year's biggest, according to people familiar with the matter.Show More Summary

Blackstone and Carlyle reportedly considering $10 billion offer for NCR.

NCR Corp. stock was halted Tuesday afternoon amid reports that two private equity firms had combined to acquire the metro Atlanta technology company. Private equity firms Blackstone Group and Carlyle Group are said to jointly bidding over $10 billion, including debt for NCR, Reuters posted on Twitter.

VFX Software Firm The Foundry Sold for $312 Million

HgCapital closed a deal to acquire majority ownership from investor The Carlyle Group. read more

Comcast Taps Carlyle Executive as Next Finance Chief

Michael J. Cavanagh, who stunned Wall Street last year when he left J.P. Morgan Chase for a private-equity firm, is joining Comcast as chief financial officer after less than a year at Carlyle Group.

Comcast Names Carlyle Group Exec Its New CFO

Michael Cavanagh will join the media conglomerate this summer when former CFO Michael Angelakis leaves to form an investment firm for Comcast. read more

Comcast names Carlyle Group's Michael Cavanagh as CFO

By Greg Roumeliotis (Reuters) - Comcast Corp on Monday named Carlyle Group LP Co-President Michael Cavanagh as chief financial officer, bringing on a prominent dealmaker after its failed attempt to acquire Time Warner Cable Inc. The appointment, which takes effect in early summer, is a blow to Carlyle. Show More Summary

Surprise! Cavanagh Leaves Carlyle for Comcast

Michael J. Cavanagh, the guy once known at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM) as “Mr. Fix It,” surprised Wall Street last year when he departed for a private-equity firm. Now after less than a year at Carlyle Group (CG), Cavanagh is shocking folks once again with news that he’s departing to take the CFO [...]

Mike Cavanagh Leaves Carlyle After A Year To Become Next Comcast CFO

Mike Cavanagh is decamping private equity giant The Carlyle Group after roughly one year with the firm to become Comcast's next chief financial officer.

The man who could've been the next JP Morgan CEO is becoming Comcast's CFO (JPM, CMCSA, TWC)

Mike Cavanaugh, co-president of private equity giant the Carlyle Group, is coming on board at Comcast as CFO. Prior to his stint at Carlyle, Cavanaugh had spent six years as CFO of JP Morgan and had at one point been viewed as a potential successor to CEO Jamie Dimon. Show More Summary

Morning Funds News: Carlyle Closing Funds, Gold Slips, Corzine Hedge Fund?

Former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine is mulling a return to finance—specifically launching his own hedge fund. Julie Steinberg and Rob Copland, The Wall Street Journal. Carlyle Group (CG) is liquidating two of its year-old mutual funds as it seeks a new direction in the world of liquid alternative funds. Greg Roumelitois, Reuters. Institutional Investors [...]

Exclusive: Carlyle to shutter its two mutual funds

By Greg Roumeliotis (Reuters) - Carlyle Group LP has decided to liquidate the two mutual funds it launched last year, regulatory filings showed this week, as the private equity firm seeks other ways to gain more traction with so-called liquid alternative funds. Show More Summary

Carlyle Group names ex-Wal-Mart CEO Duke as operating executive: WSJ

(Reuters) - Carlyle Group LP has enlisted Mike Duke, former chief executive of Wal-Mart Stores Inc, to the executive team that the asset management firm taps for advise on deals, the Wall Street Journal reported. Duke, 65, will workShow More Summary

Warren Buffett just bought some industrial paint (AXTA, BRKA, BRKB)

Warren Buffett just bought a big stake in an industrial paint and coatings company. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway announced on Tuesday that it's buying 20 million shares of Axalta Coating Systems from affiliates of Carlyle Group for $560 million, or $28 per share. Show More Summary

Carlyle CEO says strong U.S. dollar won't deter long term investors

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The strong U.S. dollar may temporarily deter some companies from investing in the United States, but the country will continue to attract foreign investment, the Carlyle Group co-chief executive David Rubenstein said on Monday. Show More Summary

Some huge private equity firms are going to be very relieved if they can finally get out of this deal

A group of major private equity firms is finally recovering from a nearly decade-long headache. Blackstone Group, Carlyle Group, TPG Capital, and Permira Advisers have finally found a buyer for the semiconductor firm they bought outShow More Summary

Private Equity Firms in a Frenzied Race to Hire Young Investment Bankers

Junior bankers — some who graduated from college only last year — are being courted for lucrative positions at companies such as Bain Capital and the Carlyle Group.

Carlyle Reports Declines in Energy Investments

A group of the private equity firm's energy funds fell 17 percent in the quarter as publicly traded investments in that portfolio declined because of the collapse in oil prices.

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