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Here are the top finance stories of the day for November 25
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Dan Defrancesco | ) www.businessinsider.com sentiment -0.68   time to read: +1 min
It's the last day before Turkey Day. If you're not yet a subscriber, you can sign up here to get your daily dose of the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals. Sign up here for our upcoming webinar 'How to land a job in private equity' on December 3 at 1 p.m. Here's a fun one from challenger bank HMBradley, which has a different business model than most startup banks. Check out why the bank is focusing on deposits, as opposed to revenue from interchange fees.
Persons: we'll Organizations: Bain Capital, The Carlyle Group, Apollo, Search, HMBradley Locations: Turkey
As Wall Street navigates a health pandemic that's changed the way we work and dramatically changed the economic landscape, we take a look at the players rising up despite the challenges and grasping opportunities as they see them. We received hundreds of nominations from bosses, colleagues, recruiters, and others working in the finance industry. We asked that nominees be 35 or under, based in the US, and stand out from their peers. We've included people with a variety of roles and experiences from companies including Bridgewater Associates, BlackRock, Goldman Sachs, Fidelity, and the Carlyle Group. We also asked this year's rising stars of Wall Street to give us their best advice for people just starting out as well as for their best book recommendations.
Persons: We've, Goldman Sachs Organizations: AMC, Bridgewater Associates, BlackRock, Fidelity, Carlyle Group
BlackRock CEO says SPACs could replace private equity platforms
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.81   time to read: 1 min
BlackRock CEO says SPACs could replace private equity platformsLeslie Picker joins 'Closing Bell' to talk about how private equity firms including Apollo, TPG, Oaktree, and Fortress have entered the SPAC game this year.
Persons: SPACs, Leslie Picker Organizations: BlackRock, Apollo, TPG, Oaktree
President-elect Joe Biden will nominate Janet Yellen, the former Federal Reserve Chairwoman, to be the next Treasury secretary, according to The Wall Street Journal. She would be the first woman to serve as Treasury secretary, if confirmed. Sign up here for our upcoming webinar 'How to land a job in private equity' on December 3 at 1 p.m. Noam Galai/Getty ImagesThe coronavirus has proved to be a moving target for Wall Street, as it looks to establish plans to get employees back in the office. However, a spike in cases in recent weeks has put a pause on many firms' plans.
Persons: Joe Biden, Janet Yellen, Yellen, Noam Galai, Reed Alexander Organizations: Treasury, Wall Street, White House Council, Economic Advisers, Bain Capital, The Carlyle Group, Apollo, Search
Jon Gray still remembers what it was like when he was hired as an entry-level analyst at a seven-year-old private-equity shop in New York City in 1992. Fresh out of the University of Pennsylvania, Gray was interviewed by the Blackstone cofounders Stephen Schwarzman and Pete Peterson themselves. Out of some 19,000 applicants for the company's 2020 first-year analyst class, just 94 people were hired — an acceptance rate of 0.5% — according to data that Blackstone shared with Business Insider. In October, we spoke with Gray, headhunters who recruit for the firm, and Blackstone's global head of human resources to learn what it takes to stand out. From how to ace interviews to deals you need to be familiar with, here's what they told us.
Persons: Jon Gray, Gray, Blackstone, Stephen Schwarzman, Pete Peterson, couldn't, Organizations: University of Pennsylvania, Wall, The Carlyle Group, Apollo, Bain Capital, Blackstone, Business Locations: New York City, Chicago
Apollo-backed SPAC looks to raise $250 million in U.S. IPO
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.63   time to read: +1 min
(Reuters) - A blank-check company backed by private equity firm Apollo Global Management Inc is looking to raise $250 million in a U.S. initial public offering, the company said on Monday. The special acquisition purpose company (SPAC) had previously expected here to raise up to $400 million in its IPO. A SPAC is a shell company that uses IPO proceeds to buy another company, typically within two years, in a merger that will take the acquired company public. Another Apollo-backed SPAC, Spartan Energy Acquisition Corp, said in July it would take electric-car maker Fisker Inc public at a valuation of $2.9 billion. Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Cowen and Morgan Stanley are among the book-running managers for Spartan Acquisition Corp. II’s offering.
Persons: Cowen, Morgan Stanley Organizations: Reuters, Apollo Global Management Inc, Spartan Acquisition Corp, Investors, Spartan Energy Acquisition Corp, Fisker, Citigroup, Credit Suisse Locations: U.S
Landing a job in the ultra-competitive world of private-equity is a challenge, even for the most prepared candidates. Business Insider is breaking down the confusing process with an upcoming live panel discussion on private-equity recruiting, featuring four experienced recruiters from top firms. Join us on Thursday, December 3, at 1 p.m. ET, as Business Insider's Wall Street reporter Reed Alexander moderates a panel featuring Sarah Diniz, vice president in human resources, Bain Capital; James Cherubim, head of talent acquisition, The Carlyle Group; Matt Breitfelder, global head of human capital, Apollo; and Anthony Keizner, co-managing partner, Odyssey Search Partners. These top recruiters will discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted private-equity hiring, share tips on how to make it in the industry whether you come from a target or non-target school, and take reader questions.
Persons: Reed Alexander, Sarah Diniz, James Cherubim, Matt Breitfelder, Anthony Keizner Organizations: Business, Bain Capital, The, Group, Search
Landing a job in the ultra-competitive world of private-equity is a challenge, even for the most prepared candidates. That's only been complicated by a chaotic and unpredictable 2020, in which the private-equity hiring timeline has been upended by the coronavirus pandemic, and the traditional rites of recruiting — coffee-chats, gatherings with headhunters, and fierce superdays — have been delayed instead of shifting online. Business Insider is breaking down the confusing process with an upcoming live panel discussion on private-equity recruiting, featuring four experienced recruiters from top firms. ET, as Business Insider's Wall Street reporter Reed Alexander moderates a panel featuring Sara Diniz, vice president in human resources, Bain Capital; James Cherubim, head of talent acquisition, The Carlyle Group; Matt Breitfelder, global head of human capital, Apollo; and Anthony Keizner, co-managing partner, Odyssey Search Partners. These top recruiters will discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted private-equity hiring, share tips on how to make it in the industry whether you come from a target or non-target school, and take reader questions.
Persons: Reed Alexander, Sara Diniz, James Cherubim, Matt Breitfelder, Anthony Keizner Organizations: Business, Bain Capital, The, Group, Search
“Between the World & Me,” is something altogether different, both old and new, a combination of film and theater that could only work on TV. Coates may not have known these specific events would happen, but the world continues to live down to his expectations. “Between the World and Me” has tapped into something that falls in between the two genres, a work all its own, a pandemic-influenced theatrical TV performance that is neither movie nor limited series nor show. It is, as HBO terms it, a special, in every sense of the word. Special enough that HBO is working to make sure it reaches as wide an audience as possible, available to stream on HBO’s website.
Persons: “ Hamilton, Diana ”, Spike Lee, , Nehisi Coates, . Coates, Kamilah Forbes, Coates, Ferguson, Forbes, Malcom X, Chadwick Boseman, Howard, Mahershala Ali, Phylicia Rashad, Rashad, who’s, Amy Cooper, Breonna Taylor’s, Trump, what’s, Organizations: Disney, Netflix, HBO, Broadway, . Coates ’ New York Times, Apollo, Apollo Theater, Howard University Locations: . Coates ’, Minneapolis, Baltimore
Ah, your office's winter holiday party. Most of those will be virtual events, according to its October survey of 189 US human-resources representatives across industries. Just over 1% of them said they planned to hold in-person gatherings "without any precautions." Read more: 24 of the wildest office holiday party stories we've ever heardPayPal is another company planning a fully remote affair this year. PayPal plans to hold a virtual global holiday party, hosted on a custom PayPal-designed videoconferencing platform, that will run for 29 hours straight.
Persons: They're, it's, They've, Marcy Blum's, Blum, Marcy Blum, LeBron James, Morgan Stanley's Carla Harris, Morgan Stanley, Carla Harris, Harris, Read, Allan Kurtz, Kurtz, he'd, they're, Wells, Louis, Priya Kumar, Hermès, Kumar, Yvette Ostolaza, Sidley Austin, Chamberlain Hrdlicka, Larry Campagna, Campagna, Chamberlain, Reed Alexander Organizations: Marcy Blum Associates, Apollo, Business, PayPal, RBC Wealth Management, New York, Gotham Hall, Gotham, KKR, Reuters, Advisors, Employees, University of California Locations: New York, Miami, Midwest, Harlem, Manhattan , New York, San Jose , California, Minneapolis, Manhattan, St, York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Houston
Hitachi said on Friday “no formal decision has been made” with regards to the reported sale of Hitachi Metals, adding that the firm was considering “the enhancement of its corporate value”. Representatives for Carlyle, Bain Capital and KKR all declined to comment. Hitachi Metals shares rose almost 10% on Friday, after the Nikkei business daily initially reported KKR and Bain Capital were among the bidders. Hitachi Metals has a market value of about 660 billion yen ($6.4 billion) based on Friday’s close. Reuters also previously reported Hitachi had retained Goldman Sachs Group GS.N to advise on the sale, while Hitachi Metals has hired Bank of America BAC.N.
Persons: Carlyle, Goldman, GS.N Organizations: Apollo Global Management, Carlyle Group CG.O, KKR, Co, Bain Capital, Hitachi Metals, Reuters, Hitachi, Nikkei, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Locations: TOKYO, Japan
Airbnb finally filed for its much-anticipated IPO on Monday, the most concrete move it has taken towards going public in a tumultuous year for the home-sharing and hospitality giant. The company also took out two $1 billion loans to keep cash flow during the slowest periods, one of which is more than 10%. Paying off debtsIn the IPO filing, Airbnb had to outline the ways that the company will use the money raised by the public offering. One loan has an interest rate of 7.5% plus a benchmark rate known as the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, while another has an interest rate of 10% plus Libor, according to the company's IPO filing. Bright spots for AirbnbThis has been a tough year for Airbnb, but a 2020 IPO could also be a vote of confidence.
Persons: Airbnb, hadn't, Read, it's, Warren Buffett, hasn't, sabbaticals, Expedia Organizations: New York Times, IRS, Reuters, Silver Lake Partners, Sixth Street Partners, Apollo Global Management, Street Partners, Glade Brook Capital Partners, Oaktree, Owl Rock, Wall Street, London, Twitter, Times, Airbnb, CDC Locations: Europe, Silver, Glade Brook
(CNN) Haunting and poetic, "Between the World and Me" translates Ta-Nehisi Coates' book and the subsequent stage presentation into an HBO special that loses none of its power, a feat made all the more remarkable by its production amid the coronavirus outbreak. Weaving in news footage with stars reading Coates' words, this version of the writer's reflections to his 15-year-old son will likely be played and replayed for years to come. Directed by Kamilah Forbes -- who brought Coates' book to the Apollo Theater -- the special incorporates news footage old and new, from Muhammad Ali speaking to dash-cam video of police abusing African-American drivers. Coates speaks of the "cosmic injustice" of the Black experience, and tells his child, "You do not have the privilege of living in ignorance" -- a warning that possess additional clout with Oprah presenting it. Oprah Winfrey in the HBO special 'Between the World and Me.'
Persons: Nehisi Coates, Coates, Kamilah Forbes, Muhammad Ali, Chadwick, Breonna, Mahershala Ali, Angela Bassett, Joe Morton, Wendell Pierce, Yara Shahidi, Courtney B, Vance, Susan Kelechi Watson, Oprah Winfrey, Howard, Read Organizations: CNN, HBO, Apollo, Howard University, Oprah
People magazine names Michael B. Jordan 2020's Sexiest Man Alive
  + stars: | 2020-11-18 | by ( Gina Vivinetto | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
This article was originally published on Today.comPeople has named Michael B. Jordan the Sexiest Man Alive in 2020. His Sexiest Man Alive win comes on the heels of musician John Legend's recent reign. People has named Michael B. Jordan the Sexiest Man Alive in 2020. The Sexiest Man Alive title has been awarded to celebrities like Patrick Swayze and John F. Kennedy Jr. since 1985. Jordan's kept a busy calendar since "Black Panther" wowed theatergoers, and will be seen next in the upcoming spy thriller "Without Remorse."
Persons: Michael B, Jordan, John Legend's, Mike, Wallace, , Chadwick Boseman, Vince Howard, Oscar Grant, Johnny Storm, Adonis, Donnie, Apollo, Erik Killmonger, Boseman's, Oprah Winfrey, Patrick Swayze, John F, Kennedy Jr, Denzel Washington, Dwayne Johnson, Idris Elba, Jordan's Organizations: Today.com, HBO, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Marvel's
ET Americans Stock Up, Pushing Retail Sales Higher: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Global stocks slip lower after a vaccine-fueled charge. Also on Tuesday, Walmart reported that its strong sales growth during the pandemic continued in the third quarter. The nation’s largest retailer said that same store sales increased 6.4 percent from a year ago, while e-commerce sales were up 79 percent. On Monday, stocks rallied on Wall Street. The company’s shrinking revenue means it cannot pitch Wall Street on the typical tech start-up narrative of soaring growth.
Persons: Brendan Mcdermid, , ” Morgan Stanley, Doug McMillion, , Joseph R, Ruth Fremson, Ricardo Valadez, Elizabeth Warren’s, won’t, Valadez, Biden, Mitch McConnell of, John Cornyn of, Susan Collins of, David Perdue, Jon Ossoff, Kelly Loeffler, Raphael Warnock, Eileen Appelbaum, Trump, Peter Cziborra, EasyJet, Rupert Murdoch’s, Simon, Simon & Schuster, Schuster, Stephen King, Hillary Clinton, — DealBook, Elizabeth Warren, Cliff Owen, Anthony Fauci, Fauci, Pfizer’s Albert Bourla, Bill Gates, Heidi Larson, Warren, Nathan Blecharczyk, Joe Gebbia, Brian Chesky, Jim Wilson, New York Times Airbnb, Times’s Erin Griffith, Airbnb, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Tesla, Dow Organizations: Black, Commerce Department, Walmart, New York Times, Republican, Financial Reform, Government, Democrats, Apollo, KKR, Democratic, Blackstone, Roark Capital, Insight Partners, Center for Economic, Research, Gatwick, Tuesday, Reuters, White, Nikkei, Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, Simon &, ViacomCBS, Dow, DealBook, Credit, Associated, SoftBank, National Institute of Allergy, Nasdaq, Universal, Dow Jones, Universal Pictures, Huawei, Trump, American, U.S, Shenzhen Zhixin, Technology Locations: Georgia, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, John Cornyn of Texas, Susan Collins of Maine, Britain, Shanghai, China, Japan, United States, policymaking, Washington, North America, Shenzhen, Europe
Powell Says Economic Risks Persist Despite Vaccine: Live UpdatesJudy Shelton’s confirmation to the Fed fails to advance to a final vote. “It’s probably too soon to say with any confidence” what the economic impact of potential vaccines might be, Mr. Powell said. “From the very start, we’ve been concerned about longer-run damage to the productive capacity of the economy,” Mr. Powell said. —Advertisement Continue reading the main storyTesla is joining the S&P 500, and that could have investors scrambling to buy its shares. Tesla’s sheer size will give it immediate influence over the S&P 500, which is weighted by market capitalization.
Persons: Powell, Judy Shelton’s, Judy Shelton, Erin Schaff, Shelton’s, Mitch McConnell, Shelton, , Shelton —, Trump’s, Mitt Romney, Susan Collins —, Lamar Alexander, Charles E, Grassley, Rick Scott of, Christopher Waller, Louis, Mark Kelly, Trump, Joseph R, Biden, — Jeanna, Jerome H, ” Mr, “ It’s, résumés, we’ve, Mr, “ We’ve, “ We’re, , — we’ll, Aly Song, Reuters Tesla, Tesla, Berkshire Hathaway, Johnson, ” Angela Hwang, Conan O’Brien, HBO Max, Johnny Carson, Jake Michaels, “ Conan, , O’Brien, “ I’m, John C, Reilly, Zach Braff, Laci Mosley, “ Conan ”, Trevor Noah’s “, Stephen Colbert’s “, Conan ”, O’Brien —, David Letterman, NBC’s, Letterman, O’Brien’s, , Brendan Mcdermid, ” Morgan Stanley, Doug McMillion, Stocks, Dow, Ruth Fremson, Ricardo Valadez, Elizabeth Warren’s, won’t, Valadez, Mitch McConnell of, John Cornyn of, Susan Collins of, David Perdue, Jon Ossoff, Kelly Loeffler, Raphael Warnock, Eileen Appelbaum Organizations: Hill, The New York, Federal Reserve’s Board, Governors, Republican, Twitter, Federal Reserve Bank of St, Democratic, Fed, Federal, Federal Reserve, Pfizer, Moderna, ” Service, Treasury Department, Tesla, Reuters, JPMorgan Chase, Investment, Johnson, Food and Drug Administration, HBO, The New York Times, TBS, Warner Media, Nielsen, Comedy Central, CBS, Black, Commerce Department, Walmart, Dow Jones Indices, CVS Health, Rite Aid, Walgreens Boots Alliance, New York Times, Financial Reform, Government, Democrats, Apollo, KKR, Blackstone, Roark Capital, Insight Partners, Center for Economic, Research Locations: Tennessee, Iowa, Rick Scott of Florida, Washington, Arizona, United States, Shanghai ., Puurs, Belgium, Rhode Island , Texas, New Mexico, WarnerMedia, Europe, Britain, , Georgia, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, John Cornyn of Texas, Susan Collins of Maine
Legendary New York City developer Sheldon Solow has died, putting his multi-billion-dollar real estate portfolio potentially in flux at an uncertain moment in the property market. Solow was part of a generation of builders who helped remake the city's skyline, amassing fortunes in the process. The building remains one of the city's best office addresses. An agreement to develop a sprawling vacant land site on Manhattan's East Side with the large New York City landlord, Fisher Brothers, for instance, boiled over into animosity and litigation a decade ago. Solow eventually settled the dispute with the Fishers and took sole control of the six-acre site, which remains vacant today.
Persons: Sheldon Solow, Solow, Stefan Soloviev, Soloviev, Sheldon, Woody Heller, Solow's, It's, Fisher, Arnold Fisher, Harry Macklowe, Steven Cherniak, he'll Organizations: New York, Bloomberg, Building Management, Wall Street's, KKR, Apollo Global Management, Hudson, Fishers, Conseco, General, West, Solow Building Company Locations: New York City, Manhattan, New, Central, Wall
Landing a job in the ultra-competitive world of private-equity is a challenge, even for the most prepared candidates. Business Insider is breaking down the confusing process with an upcoming live panel discussion on private-equity recruiting, featuring four experienced recruiters from top firms. Join us on Thursday, December 3, at 1 p.m. ET, as Business Insider's Wall Street reporter Reed Alexander moderates a panel featuring Sara Diniz, vice president in human resources, Bain Capital; James Cherubim, head of talent acquisition, The Carlyle Group; Matt Breitfelder, global head of human capital, Apollo; and Anthony Keizner, co-managing partner, Odyssey Search Partners. These top recruiters will discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted private-equity hiring, share tips on how to make it in the industry whether you come from a target or non-target school, and take reader questions.
Persons: Reed Alexander, Sara Diniz, James Cherubim, Matt Breitfelder, Anthony Keizner Organizations: Business, Bain Capital, The, Group, Search
According to Steve Johnson, director of the Space Nuclear Power and Isotope Technologies Division at the Idaho National Laboratory, the answer is "yes." How the nuclear plant will work"A low enriched form of nuclear fuel will power the nuclear core," he said. He added that NASA and the DOE plan to release another request for proposals, related specifically to nuclear fission power, in early 2021. "Fission surface power is necessary in places where solar power, wind and hydro power are not readily available. Fission surface power is necessary in places where solar power, wind power, and hydro power are not readily available.
Persons: Anthony Calomino, Calomino, Steve Johnson, Johnson, SpaceIL's, SpaceIL Calomino, Andrew Crabtree, Crabtree, Shel Horowitz, Horowitz, Steve Melink, there's Organizations: NASA NASA, U.S . Department of Energy, Space Technology, NASA, Idaho National Laboratory, Space Nuclear, Isotope Technologies, DOE, Companies, Apollo, Energy Vision, Melink Corp, Environmental Locations: Idaho
It may be quite a while before an effective coronavirus vaccine is globally distributed, but forward-looking global equity markets are already partying like it's here. Stocks' latest run to new highs was triggered by news that Pfizer and BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine was more than 90% effective, much better than health experts and the markets had expected. "Despite the near-term outlook being negatively impacted by the second wave of the virus, global stock markets are driven higher by vaccine hopes, central bank easing, and prospects of additional global fiscal easing," Slok told CNBC. The benchmark hit another intraday record high of 3,645.99 on Monday as the promising vaccine news sparked a massive rally in cyclical names. The Federal Reserve launched an array of programs including an open-ended commitment to keep buying assets under its quantitative easing measures.
Persons: Torsten Slok, Slok, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Apollo Global Management, Pfizer, CNBC, Federal Reserve, JPMorgan, CNBC PRO Locations: Central, U.S, Washington
Paul Graham, co-founder of Silicon Valley start-up accelerator Y Combinator, has recommended over 95 books on Twitter. Over the years, many of the books that Graham has recommended center around history. His latest recommendation is about history in the making, a book that looks at the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on America. (The book's title references the Greek god Apollo, who in Book 1 of "The Iliad," spread plague through shooting arrows.) "Reading and experience train your model of the world," Graham wrote in his December 2014 essay "How You Know."
Persons: Paul Graham, Graham, Nicholas A, Jared Diamond's, Diamond, Apollo, Lynn White Jr, Kenneth Clark Organizations: Silicon, Twitter, Yale, Technology, MIT Locations: America
“The October jobs report is likely to show evidence of a weakening labor market,” said Dean Baker, senior economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington. That would be the smallest gain since the jobs recovery started in May and leave employment 10.1 million jobs below its February peak. Fed Chair Jerome Powell acknowledged the pace of improvement in the economy and labor market had moderated, noting that the recovery would be stronger with more fiscal support. Lack of fiscal stimulus and spiraling new coronavirus infections across the country have put the economy on a sharply slower growth path heading into the fourth quarter. With labor market momentum ebbing, average hourly earnings are forecast rising 0.2% in October after gaining 0.1% in September.
Persons: Marco Bello, Republican Donald Trump, Democrat Joe Biden, Biden inched, Trump, , , Dean Baker, ” Nonfarm, Jerome Powell, Torsten Slok, Kathy Bostjancic Organizations: WASHINGTON, REUTERS, Labor, Republican, Democrat, Center for Economic, Research, Federal Reserve, United, Reuters, Apollo Global Management, Exxon Mobil, Boeing, Retailers, JPMorgan, Oxford Economics Locations: Miami, Dade County, Miami , Florida, U.S, Washington, United States, New York
AT&T is in discussions with private-equity firms, including Apollo Management, to sell a significant minority stake in its DirecTV, AT&T Now and U-Verse pay-TV businesses in a complicated transaction that would shift legacy assets off the wireless carrier's balance sheet, according to people familiar with the matter. Under the terms of the proposed deal, AT&T would retain majority economic ownership of the businesses, and would maintain ownership of U-verse infrastructure, including plants and fiber. While valuations haven't been determined, a deal may value DirecTV at less than $15 billion including debt, two of the people said. AT&T acquired DirecTV in 2015 for $67 billion with debt. AT&T ended the third quarter with about 17 million legacy TV subscribers (DirecTV and U-verse combined), down more than 16% from a year earlier.
Persons: haven't Organizations: Apollo Management, DirecTV, T
Over 30 executives with ties to Wall Street have raised big money for Democrat Joe Biden's presidential campaign. These bundlers called upon their expansive networks in business and philanthropy to give to the Biden campaign. A recent study by the Wesleyan Media Project found that Biden's campaign has spent over $560 million on TV, digital and radio ads. "I think first and foremost it's that he represents a sense of normalcy and decency," Derrough said in describing his success in helping raise money from Wall Street leaders. At least $74 million from people in Wall Street firms went toward various efforts supporting his candidacy, including pro-Biden super PACs.
Persons: Democrat Joe Biden's, Biden bundlers, Biden, Jonathan Gray, Tony James, Frank Baker, Bill Derrough, Mark Gallogly, Marc Lasry, Robert Rubin, Bill Clinton's, Rubin, Goldman Sachs, Centerview, Blair Effron, Derrough, fundraise, Brad Karp, juggernaut Paul, Weiss, Morgan Stanley, Blackstone, Jon Henes, Kirkland & Ellis, Henes, Sen, Kamala Harris, Faiza Saeed, Moore, Saeed, Carl Icahn, Donald Trump, Trump, We've Organizations: Democrat, CNBC, Democratic, Democratic National Committee, Blackstone, Centerbridge Partners, Avenue Capital, Centerview Partners, Milwaukee Bucks, Biden, Citigroup, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Apollo Global Management, Kirkland &, CBS, Occidental Petroleum, Wesleyan Media Project, Wall, Wall Street, Responsive Politics Locations: Cravath, Wall Street
On that same call Mr. Harris called the independent review “an important step.”Another obstacle that could get in the way of a corporate revamp at Apollo: Mr. Harris himself. Not replying right away to a Saturday morning email from Mr. Harris would yield a response 10 minutes later of “?”. I work,” Mr. Harris said in a rare interview in September—itself a sign of his effort to project a new image. Photo: Jose A. Alvarado Jr. for The Wall Street JournalAt Apollo, Mr. Harris became one of the firm’s top deal makers. Mr. Harris is co-owner of the NHL’s New Jersey Devils, the English Premier League’s Crystal Palace and the Philadelphia 76ers.
Persons: Josh Harris, Harris, Leon Black, Jeffrey Epstein, Dechert, Black, Epstein, Pepe Fanjul, Joe Schildhorn, Patrick McMullan, , hasn’t, Marc Rowan, Apollo’s, Rowan, James Zelter, Scott Kleinman —, Harris —, ” Mr, , Josh, Bippy Siegal, Siegal, , Mr, Jose A, Alvarado Jr, Yitzchok Itkin, Marjorie, Drexel Burnham, Michael Milken, Drexel —, Blackstone, Stephen Schwarzman, Marc Spilker, weren’t, Martin Kelly, Anthony Civale, Andy Marlin, you’re, Miriam Gottfried, miriam.gottfried, Jeffrey Epstein, Joe Schildhorn/Patrick McMullan/Getty Images, R.I., Photo: Jose A. Alvarado Jr Organizations: Apollo Global Management Inc, APO, Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Blackstone, Mr, Forbes, Sixers, New Jersey Devils, Premier, Raycliff, , Wall, Citigroup Inc, Chevy, University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Drexel, Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc, Messrs, Harvard Business School, Baker, Apollo, LyondellBasell Industries, Goldman Sachs, Inc, BlackRock Inc, Social, Josh Harris, NBA, Raycliff Capital, Chevy Chase, Md, Blackstone, The Wall Street Journal At Apollo, NHL’s New Jersey Devils Locations: Manhattan, New York, York, , Chevy Chase, Md, U.S,
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