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LP decided to tip 100 million Australian dollars (US$91 million) fresh equity into its roughly A$1 billion mining-logistics business Bis Industries Ltd, just months after attempting an initial public offering for the company, three people familiar
Widening its list of potential risks faced in India, private equity major KKR has red-flagged issues like bribery , fraud and corruption among factors that could adversely impact investments in the country. KKR (Kohlberg Kravis Roberts) is a leading
Michael Nagle for The New York Times David Bonderman is the co-founder of the private equity firm TPG. David Bonderman , the co-founder of the private equity firm TPG Capital, said on Tuesday that his firm was considering going public but had not
KKR & Co LP's founders Henry Kravis and George Roberts received $161.4 million and $165.5 million respectively in cash dividends and executive pay in 2013, over 17 percent more than they got in 2012, a regulatory filing showed on Monday. The
Global private equity firm KKR & Co LP co-founder Henry Kravis on Thursday said buying controlling stakes in companies is "really tough" in emerging markets, and is particularly hard in India because of the prevalent family-owned business structure...
Pets at Home plans £275m stock market flotation Pets at Home is the latest in a series of retail listings so far this year Pets at Home has announced plans for a £275m flotation on the London Stock Exchange. The pet store and veterinary surgery chain,
If you were watching the Super Bowl, then you might've noticed this legendary image...Most people know Michael Douglas for his role as Gordon Gekko, the greedy villain of the iconic film "Wall Street" and the sequel "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps."
Hertha Berlin says that American investment group Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is putting 61.2 million euros ($82.5 million) into the Bundesliga club in a move that will solve its financial problems "in one blow." Hertha says on its website that the "long-
L.P. and Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc.'s management agreed to acquire a majority stake in Sedgwick for about $2.4 billion from its current investors, which include Hellman & Friedman LLC and Stone Point Capital LLC. The Wall Street Journal
Chief Executive James Dimon and a former top lieutenant recently agreed to a multimillion-dollar resolution of a hiring dispute that entangled the largest U.S. lender, a giant private-equity firm and two longtime fixtures on Wall Street. Frank