In a wide-ranging interview, the Blackstone founder and CEO offers his advice to young entrepreneurs and discusses his view of tense U.S.-China trade talks. Stephen A. Schwarzman is the ultimate master of the universe. From running Blackstone, the world's largest private equity firm with almost $500 billion in total assets under management, to acting as President Trump's "China whisperer" during the last two years of tense trade talks, the 72-year-old financier wields plenty of power.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday said he believed Congress would act to pass a new U.S.-Mexico-Canada free trade agreement this year, providing important momentum for the U.S. economy.
NEW YORK, Sept. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company, LLC ("the Company") announced today that it has signed an agreement to acquire, subject to regulatory approval, a controlling interest in 42.5 MW Elk ("Elk") and 37.5 MW Bethel ("Hawkeye") operating wind energy...
American Real Estate Partners and Rockwood Capital LLC have acquired Washington, D.C. area-based Arlington Plaza, an office building. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE ARLINGTON, Va., Sept. [...]
With $50 million in seed funding, former Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka's new venture -- Vianai -- seeks to harness artificial intelligence to tackle some of the world's biggest problems.
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The Unicorn That Got Away: Hashicorp's Journey From Seattle To Sf To Billion-dollar Cloud Company - Geekwire
First things first: the "Hashi" in HashiCorp is pronounced haw-shee. Not hash-ee. But don't worry, most people get it wrong, and Mitchell Hashimoto isn't about to correct you. He and his co-founder Armon Dadgar would mostly just marvel at the fact that they've built a company large enough to be so widely mispronounced.
FTV Capital has named Allison Walker as its first chief talent officer. Previously, she worked at TCV. PRESS RELEASE New York, NY and San Francisco, CA - September 17, 2019 -- FTV Capital, a sec [...]
San Francisco and Chicago-based Vouch Insurance, an insurance company serving early stage startups, has raised $24.5 million in Series A funding. Ribbit Capital and SVB Financial Group, the parent company of [...]
Accel-KKR close $1.38B deal for more time to manage 2008 fund; Linden, Audax invest in Frazier's HOPCo; Banks losing $280M in payments revenue Morning, Hubsters. It's a beautiful day in NYC. Stephen [...]