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 David M. Rubenstein

"Mr. Rubenstein is a Founding Partner and Managing Director of   The Carlyle Group . He is based in Washington, DC. Prior to forming the firm in 1987, he served for six years as a partner in the Washington, DC law firm of   Shaw, Pittman, Potts & Trowbridge,

where he was counsel on a number of major corporate acquisitions and mergers. At the age of 27, Mr. Rubenstein became Deputy Domestic Policy Assistant to the President of the United States, a position he held until 1981."
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David M. Rubenstein

Founding Partner and Managing Director of The Carlyle Group
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She is also the wife of hedge fund billionaire David Rubenstein, managing director of the Carlyle Group. She became majority owner of the ...
Rogoff, who is married to billionaire and Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein, purchased the newspaper because she wanted to beef ...
She is the wife of hedge fund billionaire David Rubenstein, managing director of the Carlyle Group. She became majority owner of the Alaska ...
billionaire David Rubenstein says Oprah Winfrey has a much better job ... and controlling interests in more than 200 companies at The Carlyle ...
Carlyle Group LP's David Rubenstein has said the fundraising market is now the best he's ever seen, and Apollo Global Management LLC last ...
Good morning and welcome to Carlyle's second quarter 2017 ... today are our Co-chief executive officers, David Rubenstein; Bill Conway; and ...
LP concentration: Carlyle co-CEO David Rubenstein said during an earnings call this morning that 60% of the firm's limited partners are in at least six Carlyle ...
Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to The Carlyle Group's Second Quarter 2017 Earnings Call. At this time, all participants are in a ...
As in David Rubenstein. The person who would be most interested in bailing out the mother of his three children. As founder of the Carlyle ...
The Carlyle Group is targeting a $15 billion raise for its next US fund, ... money," Carlyle co-Chief Executive Officer David Rubenstein said in ...
Report: Carlyle Group seeks to break domestic records with $15B .... Co-CEO and billionaire David Rubenstein has said in earnings calls that ...
Pamplona capital Management, Carlyle Group, and GTCR have all ... Research Inc. was acquired and taken private by Carlyle Group and ...
... of the Blackstone Group and David Rubenstein of the Carlyle Group ... The Carlyle Group, a private equity Titan, hired Adena T. Friedman ...
Because they see everything else as less attractive," said David Rubenstein, co-CEO of Carlyle, candidly. And the performance of Apollo and ...
William Conway Jr. and Daniel D'Aniello, both of the private equity firm Carlyle Group, tied at the 814th spot at $2.5 billion.
The new exhibits are the result of a grant from so-called "patriotic philanthropist" David Rubenstein, co-founder of the private equity group the Carlyle Group. In 2013, Rubenstein donated $10 million to both Montpelier and Monticello to tell the ...
At least five Montgomery County residents have made a 2017 Forbes list of billionaires. Altogether, the list includes nine Marylanders.
In our newly launched series, finance's legendary personalities reveal their greatest war stories - while going head-to-head with Institutional investor over the game of their choice.
William Conway Jr. and Daniel D'Aniello, both of the private equity firm Carlyle Group, tied at the 814th spot at $2.5 billion.
David Rubenstein of Bethesda, co-Chief Executive Officer and co-founder, Carlyle Group, is No. 814. Net worth: $2.5 billion.
The D.C. region is represented 11 times on the list, which ranks the world's wealthiest people according to net worth. You'll find executives from Virginia and Maryland - from Ted Lerner to David Rubenstein to Steve Case to Jacqueline Mars, the only ...
Carlyle manages $158 billion across 281 investment vehicles as of December 31, 2016, primarily deployed across private equity holdings, credit assets, real estate and hedge funds.
"Everybody wealthy seems to want to have their family office," said David Rubenstein, co-founder of private equity giant Carlyle Group, on an investor call last year. Mr Rubenstein, who once paid $US21m for a copy of the Magna Carta, was considering ...
"Everybody wealthy seems to want to have their family office," said David Rubenstein, co-founder of private-equity giant Carlyle Group, on an investor call last year. Mr Rubenstein, who once paid $US21 million for a copy of the Magna Carta, is ...
Carlyle Group LP, lead by David Rubenstein will also be in the market this year with flagship funds. On Monday KKR, (managed $129.6 billion), led by co-founders and cousins Henry Kravis and George Roberts, announced closed on $13.9 billion for its 12th ...
In closed-door meetings with Blackstone Group co-founder Stephen Schwarzman, Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein, and others, the former investment banker in charge of building up Saudi Arabia's Public investment fund (PIF) has been making a pitch: ...
"You'll still have another few years of recovery and it would be more than recovery, it would be a turbo-charge stimulative environment," Black said on Tuesday.
In fact, one brief mention of the possibility created a national conversation. David Rubenstein, co-founder of the Carlyle Group, brought it up when he interviewed Winfrey on "Peer to Peer Conversations," his Bloomberg TV show. With President Donald ...
The private equity industry is as excited about its prospects as it's been in decades, Carlyle Group's co-CEO David Rubenstein said on Wednesday. Most attendees at this week's SuperReturn International private equity conference in Berlin think US ...
The Kennedy Center today announces that philanthropist and Board Chairman David M. Rubenstein will host a new series of sit-down conversations with high-profile figures from the arts and culture field, beginning on April 29, 2017, with legendary ...
One of the best launches in TV last year was Bloomberg Media's "The David Rubenstein Show: peer-to-peer Conversations," starring the philanthropist and Carlyle Group co-founder and co-CEO, who had developed the unexpected sideline of conducting ...
I have met him before and after he was elected," Carlyle Group LP co-founder David Rubenstein told Reuters at the sidelines of the industry's annual gathering, the SuperReturn private equity conference.
President Donald Trump is very serious about pushing through the tax cuts promised in his campaign but getting them through Congress will not be easy, according to The Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein. "He certainly intends to follow through but ...
David Rubenstein, co-founder of private equity powerhouse Carlyle Group, agreed that the boom could continue in certain sectors, particularly in the energy, healthcare and financial sectors.
Winfrey told the story in the season two premiere of "The David Rubenstein Show: peer-to-peer Conversations" on Bloomberg TV, which was released Wednesday.
Bill Conway, Carlyle's co-Chief Executive Officer and chief investment officer, put an average $US181.8 million a year into the Washington-based firm's funds in the past three years, according to calculations based on a regulatory filing this month ...
Unlike at Blackstone and KKR, the founders of Carlyle and Apollo don't take carried interest. Carlyle's David Rubenstein received $73.1 million last year and Apollo's Leon Black took home $131.9 million, almost all of it in stock dividends, according ...
... an annual showcase for the industry. The speakers include Leon Black, the founding partner of Apollo capital Management; William E. Ford, the chief executive of General Atlantic; and David Rubenstein, a co-founder of the Carlyle Group. Chad Bray.
Then, this morning, The Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein interviewed Trump economic advisor Gary Cohn in front of the same group.
The comment was made while Cohn was being interviewed by The Carlyle Group CEO David Rubenstein, at a private event hosted by The Business Counsel in Washington, D.C.
Like any good private-equity investor, Carlyle has demonstrated a knack for buying when others are selling, and vice versa.
The comment was made while Cohn was being interviewed by The Carlyle Group CEO David Rubenstein, at a private event hosted by The Business Council in Washington, D.C.
tax-cut fever may be gripping Wall Street but the buyout firm led by David Rubenstein is embarking on its biggest quest for distressed assets.
Zoo staff moved the crate onto a specially decorated forklift which traveled carefully out of the David M. Rubenstein Giant Panda Habitat through the Zoo and was loaded on a FedEx Express truck.
So you two should at least be here, and [Carlyle Group co-founder and billionaire] David Rubenstein, who is here someplace.
The comment was made while Cohn was being interviewed by The Carlyle Group CEO David Rubenstein, at a private event hosted by The Business Council in Washington, D.C.
Unlike at Blackstone and KKR, the founders of Carlyle and Apollo don't take carried interest. Carlyle's David Rubenstein received $73.1 million last year and Apollo's Leon Black took home $131.9 million, almost all of it in stock dividends, according ...
The comment was made while Cohn was being interviewed by The Carlyle Group CEO David Rubenstein, at a private event hosted by The Business Council in Washington, D.C.
Unlike at Blackstone and KKR, the founders of Carlyle and Apollo don't take carried interest. Carlyle's David Rubenstein received $73.1 million last year and Apollo's Leon Black took home $131.9 million, almost all of it in stock dividends, according ...
The comment was made while Cohn was being interviewed by The Carlyle Group CEO David Rubenstein, at a private event hosted by The Business Council in Washington, D.C.


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