Posted on: May 10, 2013 by Lawrence J. Aragon
Trending on peHUB this week: Carlyle, Goldman Sachs, Kleiner Perkins, TPG, Advent Software, Google Ventures, CrunchFund, GRP, Velos Partners, corporate VC, Bain, BMC, Antero Resources, Warburg.
Posted on: May 7, 2013 by asormani
This week there are varied job openings from big boys Carlyle and Goldman Sachs and also a couple of venture-related positions.
Posted on: May 3, 2013 by Lawrence J. Aragon
Trending on peHUB this week: Uber, CorePower Yoga, Insight Venture Partners, KKR, Cerberus, RetailNext, Carlyle, Wyoming Loan and Investment Board, VC disruption, job openings at Benchmark and Bay City.
Posted on: May 2, 2013 by reuters-news
(Reuters) – The Carlyle Group has hired a six person energy investment team, the private equity firm said on Thursday. It also plans to raise a fund of around $1.5 billion and has already had some commitments from investors, a source told Reuters.
Posted on: April 9, 2013 by Lawrence J. Aragon
Tired of all the “nattering nabobs of negativism” who can’t find a kind word to say about the U.S. economy? Take a listen to this interview of Carlyle Group co-Chief Executive David Rubenstein.
Posted on: March 22, 2013 by Steve Gelsi
Financial and private equity investors Icahn Enterprises, Apollo Global Management, First Reserve and SK Capital ranked among the top 10 acquirers among the major 2012 deals in the chemical sector, according to a new survey flagging brisk activity in the sector.
Posted on: March 12, 2013 by asormani
Start Tuesday with the latest headlines including a Michigan life sciences round-up, how to find African PE deals and the lowdown on online etiquette.
Posted on: March 6, 2013 by asormani
Check out the latest headlines this morning bringing you news on the latest Latin American PE and VC trends; Life Tech’s potential suitors; the Google of mobile and the top ten rules of designing data centers.
Posted on: December 4, 2012 by Jonathan Marino
Private equity has been making some big bets this year (just like Dick Schulze has been looking for anyone willing to make a mega-bet alongside him). Today, peHUB breaks 2012’s Thomson Reuters data down for the first 11 months of the year.
Posted on: November 28, 2012 by asormani
This morning’s First Read unveils a different kind of exit; Silicon Valley’s ageist tendencies and a start-up that turns water into electricity.