Thomas H. Lee Partners LP has told investors it expects to seek $3 billion for its next private- equity fund, less than half the amount it raised for the prior pool that closed in 2007, according to two people briefed on the matter.
Leaders of several Jewish and pro- Israel groups briefed on the Iran nuclear agreement by the Obama administration indicated they’re willing to give it time before pressing for new sanctions against the Iranian regime.
President Barack Obama, with a full plate of domestic and foreign policy issues before him, is on a three-day fundraising trip that includes stops at the Seattle home of former Microsoft executive Jon Shirley and Magic Johnson’s Los Angeles house.
A $50 million settlement of a lawsuit against the National Football League over claims it made money using players’ images in marketing without sharing it with them was given final approval by a judge.
Grupo Televisa SA , the world’s largest Spanish-language broadcaster, gained the most in almost two years in Mexico trading after agreeing to buy as much as 35 percent of Univision Communications Inc. to expand in the U.S.
The Obama administration may curtail eavesdropping on leaders of U.S. allies amid a growing backlash over years of alleged surveillance of foreign leaders, the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee said.
Aereo Inc., whose service relays network television shows to online viewers, asked a New York judge in a copyright lawsuit by Walt Disney Co.’s ABC, CBS Corp. and other broadcasters to rule that its business is legal.
DirecTV, Time Warner Cable Inc. and Charter Communications Inc., taking a page from Aereo Inc., are considering capturing free broadcast-TV signals to avoid paying billions of dollars in so-called retransmission fees, said people with knowledge of the deliberations.