A private equity firm has agreed to buy Subway. It may need to close stores in the U.S., but expand overseas.
Hedge funds and private equity loans might lend like banks, but they're not regulated like them.
Private equity "is a major driver of the enormous gulf between rich and poor in this country," says author Gretchen Morgenson.
When a new operator took over an addiction treatment center in Nashville, former employees say they saw cutbacks.
A new investigation by The New Yorker delves into the acquisition of a Virginia nursing home and what happened next.
Heather Vogell of ProPublica finds short term-oriented corporate investors are increasingly becoming apartment landlords.
Investors seem less welcoming to IPOs than in 2021.
Thanks, in part, to the pandemic — and the low interest rates that have accompanied it.
Investment firms might be able to pay more for renovations, but critics say they accelerate evictions.