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A look back at KKR, the investment firm that bought out Toys R US ... among others

by Janet Nguyen Jun 12, 2019
The firm has gone after several businesses, including Toys R Us, RJR Nabisco and Dollar General.
Customers enter a Toys R Us store on March 15, 2018, in Emeryville, California.
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From LP to Inc. Why are some companies changing their structure?

by Kimberly Adams Apr 18, 2019
Here's a hint: changes to tax law.
Steve Schwarzman, CEO and co-founder of the Blackstone Group, participates in a Business Roundtable discussion on 'Transitioning Innovations from Labor-to Market', during a CEO Innovation Summit, on December 6, 2018 in Washington, D.C.
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How Toys R Us workers got the retailer's private equity owners to pay severance

by Marielle Segarra Nov 23, 2018
The private equity firms Bain and KKR announced this week that they will contribute $20 million to a compensation fund for former employees of Toys R Us. The retailer filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in September 2017, laying off tens…
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A Texas-sized bankruptcy for giant Texas energy deal

by David Weinberg Apr 29, 2014
When Energy Future filed for bankruptcy, its total assets were $36.4 billion

Rolodexes: A thing of the past?

by Gigi Douban May 30, 2013
Private equity group KKR has nabbed David Petraeus for his global Rolodex. In the age of Microsoft Outlook and smartphones, does anyone really use a Rolodex anymore?