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  • Blackstone First-Quarter Profit Rises 30% on Higher Fees

    Blackstone Group LP, the world’s biggest manager of alternative assets such as private equity and real estate, said first-quarter profit rose 30 percent as the carrying value of its holdings increased and it collected more fees.

  • Carlyle Hires Holland in Push for Individual Investors

    Carlyle Group LP, the world’s second-biggest manager of alternative assets such as private equity and real estate, hired Jeff Holland as head of the private client group in a push to expand its base of individual investors.

  • Blackstone Beating BlackRock With Buyout Sales: Riskless Return

    Seven years after selling shares to the public at the height of the buyout boom and then watching them slump, Stephen Schwarzman’s Blackstone Group LP is rewarding investors with the top gains among money managers.

  • Apollo CEO Black’s Payout Jumps as Top Ten Get $1.7 Billion

    The top 10 dealmakers at publicly traded private-equity firms took home at least $1.7 billion in dividends in 2013 as they seized on rallying stock markets to sell stakes in everything from a Chinese insurer to a U.S. theme-park operator to a French floormaker.

  • Schwarzman Lauds Obama Reset on China Before Xi Visit

    Stephen Schwarzman, founder of the world’s biggest private-equity firm, said U.S. President Barack Obama’s engagement with China’s new government is laying the groundwork for improved economic and military ties between the two nations.

  • Scene Last Night: Schwarzman, Paulson, Dalio, Uma’s Dad

    In front of a Christmas tree at last night’s Inner-City Scholarship Fund gala, Stephen Schwarzman enumerated some of the deeds that made him a good boy for Santa.

  • Schwarzman Sees Growth Signs Amid Washington ‘Infighting’

    Blackstone Group LP Chairman Stephen Schwarzman said the U.S. economy is showing hopeful signs, particularly on housing and energy, as “Washington infighting is at its worst.”

  • Glenview’s Robbins Tops Hedge-Fund Ranking

    When Larry Robbins was a boy in the Chicago suburbs, his father, Sheldon, worked two jobs and wasn’t around much. If the young Robbins wanted to see him on weekends, he had to travel to Arlington Park, a nearby horse-racing track that his dad ran. During those Saturday visits, his father taught him how to handicap horses. One lesson: Know the horse and the race. Was the track dry or muddy? Did the horse win because he was fast or because the competition was lousy?

  • Schwarzman Tells CNBC He Paid 53% in Personal Income Taxes

    Blackstone Group LP Chairman Stephen Schwarzman said he paid an effective personal income tax rate of 53 percent last year and he would favor a flat tax.

  • Wall Street Unlocks Profits From Distress With Rental Revolution

    On a rainy night in November, Mark Futral, wearing a red hooded sweatshirt, approached a white ranch house in Flowery Branch, a northeastern suburb of Atlanta, crowbar in hand.

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