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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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... Group CEO Stephen Schwarzman were among the guests Tuesday at the first state dinner of Donald Trump's presidency, a formal fete for French President Emmanuel Macron. Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein, media mogul Rupert Murdoch, Fluence Corp chairman Ron Lauder, FedEx Corp.
... which was disbanded after some members disagreed with Trump's Charlottesville response. Another attendee was Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein, who supported Trump's tax cut bill and earlier this year said the administration “has pleased the business community and other people as well.”.

Marillyn Hewson, David Rubenstein among attendees at White House state dinner ... CEO Marillyn Hewson and her husband, James, were in attendance (Here's hoping the president remembered their last name), as was philanthropist and The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) founder David Rubenstein.
Around 1995, David Rubenstein, cofounder of the Carlyle Group, one of the country's largest private-equity firms, read about Amazon in the newspaper and booked a flight to Seattle. When he arrived, Rubenstein was struck by the rundown headquarters, where doors were repurposed as work desks—and ...
David Rubenstein's mother hoped he would become a dentist. But the life path for her only son would take some unexpected turns. ... Today, Carlyle is one of the largest private-equity firms in the world, with $170 billion under management. During his 50s, Rubenstein began serving on numerous nonprofit boards.
I didn't start Carlyle until I was 37. I think Steve Schwarzman didn't start Blackstone until he was 39. So experiment. Try different things in your 20s and 30s. You don't have to be Bill Gates, who drops out of college and starts a company that works perfectly, from the time you're 20. That's unusual. If you can ...

The changes come as Carlyle's new co-chief executive officers, Glenn Youngkin and Kewsong Lee, reconsider the direction of the firm's global real estate business. The duo, who took the reins from co-founders David Rubenstein and Bill Conway on Jan. 1, are seeking to focus Carlyle's Asian real estate ...
Carlyle Group – a private equity firm that manages around $195 billion in assets – pulled a classic corporate raid on Philadelphia Energy Solutions, the largest oil refining complex on the eastern seaboard. Now Carlyle Group wants Pennsylvania to foot the bill for millions that Carlyle owes in state taxes, ...
The co-founder and co-executive chairman of one of the world's largest private equity firms says he's not worried about a potential trade war with China. David Rubenstein presides over the Carlyle Group, which manages a total of $195 billion across 317 investment vehicles. "I think the relationship is so ...
The 68-year-old co-founder of Carlyle Group—a D.C. based private equity group—is worth more than $2.6 billion and is known for his philanthropy. He also advises multiple prominent nonprofit and educational institutions, including chairing the board of trustees of the Kennedy Center and the Brookings ...
David Rubenstein, co-founder of private equity shop Carlyle Group, recently said that assets in private credit could surpass PE one day. Fund managers raised a record $107 billion to invest in private debt last year, according to Preqin. There are now 346 private debt vehicles in the market, targeting $456 ...
Similarly, Carlyle provided total compensation of $281,750 to each of three “co-principal executive officers” and co-founders of the firm: David Rubenstein, William Conway, and Daniel D'Aniello. The firm's median employee received $201,315, creating a ratio of 1.4:1. However, both Apollo and Carlyle are ...
NW, ranks fifth on the list of local billionaires at $3.1 billion. Carlyle Group co-founders David Rubenstein, William Conway Jr. and Daniel D'Aniello tie for sixth each, with a net worth of $2.8 billion. Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder is next, with a net worth of $2.3 billion. AOL co-founder turned startup ...
... Jack Welch (General Electric), Ellen Pao (Reddit), Carol Bartz (Yahoo!), Ray Dalio (Bridgewater Associates), and David Rubenstein (The Carlyle Group). ... And how the leaders of Facebook, G.E., Yahoo!, PepsiCo, Microsoft, Virgin, the Carlyle Group, Reddit, and Bridgewater Associates made it to the top.
That compares to the $425M the Blackstone (NYSE:BX) chief received in 2016. From this years cut, $661M came from dividends, and the balance was salary, bonus and carry income from deals. Private equity is booming as investors turn to alternatives, with other leaders also taking big paychecks.
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Carlyle reported a 1.4-to-1 pay ratio for 2017 in a Feb. 15 filing. The company's median employee compensation was $201,315, while the pay of each of its three co-principal executives totaled $281,750, it said. Carlyle's compensation arrangement with co-founders David Rubenstein, William Conway, and ...

Most business people are happy with the Trump administration, Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein told CNBC at the SuperReturn private equity conference in Berlin. Rubenstein was optimistic on the current state of the global economy, and does not see a slowdown until 2020.
The positive results came during the final quarter as co-CEOs at Carlyle for co-founders David Rubenstein and William Conway, who gave way in January to new co-CEOs Kewsong Lee and Glenn Youngkin. Rubenstein and Conway have transitioned to the board of directors at the publicly traded firm, ...
The three Carlyle Group founders — David Rubenstein, William Conway, and Daniel D'Aniello — are each worth $2.8 billion, according to Forbes. They owe a substantial share of their wealth to the “carried interest” loophole, which allows hedge fund and private equity managers to claim most of their ...
... in meetings with guests as varied as Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Vietnam's Communist Party chief Nguyen Pho Trong and Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein. "These reforms demonstrated the confidence of society with the (party) Central Committee," Wang told Trong last year.
The ventures arm is separate from Revolution's new Rise of the Rest fund, which has raised $150 million from some big-name investors, including Amazon.com Inc. chief Jeff Bezos, The Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein, Alphabet CEO Eric Schmidt, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz and members ...


 

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