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Already avoiding the mistakes of their predecessors.
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Legendary private equity chief Henry Kravis...
As early as Monday morning, and it was already...
He's the head of the KKR Global Institute.
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There is sad news about a Wall Street legend.
Wall Street CEO’s and hedge fund managers are loaded.
[credit provider=”AP”] ING has cut 5% of its U.S headcount in preparation for an IPO. The company began laying off 400 people yesterday.Blackstone’s senior managing director thinks that Warren Buffett criticises leveraged buyout firms because it furthers his own agenda as their rival.
Remember back in March during the very depths of the crisis, there was a story about PE boss Henry Kravis spending $28 million on a single antique chair?
Apparently, Henry Kravis did not buy that $28 million chair.
Forget what you’ve heard about the end of conspicuous consumption. The big hitters are still out there spending like mad. Last month, as you may have heard, Christies auctioned off items from the Yves Saint-Laurent collection for a total of $431 million. Over at Gawker, Owen Thomas points out that […]
New York Times (NYT) management is finally taking the steps necessary to try to save the company. Several years too late? Yes. But better late than never.
So there we were at the Ziegfeld theatre on Monday night for the U.S. premiere of Australia, waiting for Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman to make their way down the loooong red carpet, when who did we happen to see but Henry Kravis! What was the KKR CEO doing there?