Rubenstein Asks 10 Questions

Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein yesterday spoke at the Super Return 2008 conference in Munich, and had 10 key questions facing the private equity world. Here is his presentation:

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  • Carlyle Group Presentation

  • Still can’t see it….

    I’ll still be interested on Monday, though, if it can be available.

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