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  • Simpson Thacher, Perkins Coie, Ogletree: Business of Law

    Dell Inc. said yesterday it received proposals from Blackstone Group LP and Carl Icahn that may be superior to Michael Dell’s $24.4 billion buyout plan, putting pressure on the founder to sweeten his terms or switch allegiances. The new bidders increase the number of lawyers who are working on the deal.

  • Nasdaq, Libor, Rajaratnam, ‘Pay for Delay’: Compliance

    Regulators cleared Nasdaq OMX Group Inc.’s plan to pay $62 million to compensate brokers for its mishandling of Facebook Inc.’s public debut, dealing a defeat to Wall Street firms that say they lost many times that amount.

  • Ex-Calpers CEO Buenrostro Will Plead Not Guilty: Attorney

    Federico Buenrostro, former chief executive officer of California Public Employees’ Retirement System, will plead not guilty to charges he conspired to trick the pension fund into paying millions of dollars to a placement agent, his lawyer said.

  • Ex-Calpers CEO Buenrostro Indicted Over Apollo Investment

    Federico Buenrostro, former chief executive officer of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, was charged with conspiring to trick the pension fund into paying millions of dollars in fees for a $3 billion investment into funds managed by Apollo Global Management LLC.

  • Leon Black Loses to Carl Icahn as Apollo Sets New Credit Terms

    In a private dining room at the Beverly Hills restaurant Spago, four dozen financiers gathered in April for a dinner put on by one of their own: Leon Black , head of private equity giant Apollo Global Management LLC .

  • Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, Madoff in Court News

    Citigroup Inc. must face a trial set for Oct. 18 over claims it tricked private equity firm Terra Firma Capital Partners Ltd. into overpaying for EMI Group Ltd. in 2007, a U.S. judge ruled.

  • Calpers Says Middlemen Were Paid $180 Million to Win Investment Business

    The California Public Employees’ Retirement System’s outside money-managers paid $180 million over the past decade to middlemen they hired to win business from the largest U.S. public pension, according to a report examining the use of so-called placement agents.

  • Calpers After Scandal Embraces Risk Facing $240 Billion Gap

    Joe Dear is giving a pep talk to more than two dozen colleagues at the California Public Employees’ Retirement System. As Dear paces before his people on this July afternoon in Sacramento, he implores them to shake off the funk of the pension fund’s recent troubles.

  • Cleaning Up Calpers

    After the largest U.S. pension fund lost $70 billion and got embroiled in an influence- peddling scandal, new investment chief Joe Dear says the only way out of this mess is to take more risk.

  • SEC Claims Ex-Calpers CEO Steered $20 Million to Friend

    A former chief executive of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System was sued by U.S. regulators over claims he defrauded an investment firm into paying $20 million in fees to a friend’s placement agencies.

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