Mario Gabelli, the ubiquitous founder of money-management firm Gamco Investors Inc., likes to compare himself to billionaire Warren Buffett.
Leon Black, founder of Apollo Global Management LLC, said regulators’ proposals to clamp down on debt levels in leveraged buyouts are micromanaging.
Eaton Vance Corp., the money manager known for its focus on tax-efficient investing, appointed Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executive Edward J. Perkin as chief equity investment officer.
Tomorrow, John Paulson’s elder daughter will be on stage at New York City Ballet, dancing in “Coppelia” as one of the children admiring the namesake beautiful doll created by a mad inventor.
Columbia Business School Professor Christopher Mayer says he’s so convinced that reverse mortgages can be a cornerstone of responsible retirement planning that he’s gone into the business.
Henry Kravis , the billionaire co- founder of private-equity firm KKR & Co. , pledged $100 million to fund expansion of Columbia Business School, the largest gift in its history.
KKR & Co. co-founder Henry Kravis was elected chairman of Sponsors for Educational Opportunity, an organization that helps prepare low-income students for college and careers in business.
When it comes to mergers and acquisitions, 2014 has started with a bang. Investment bankers are hoping this won’t be another year that ends with a whimper.
Billionaire investor Ronald Perelman pledged $100 million to Columbia Business School to develop a new facility aimed at strengthening innovations and programs for future business leaders.
Investor Warren Buffett enjoyed learning more about how his son tries to tackle world hunger, while fellow billionaire Carlos Slim studied how General Motors Co. and AT&T Inc. reinvented themselves.
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