With a mere $2.5 billion each, they are both among the 332.8 million poorest Americans.
His obituary will now include lines like, “providing aid and comfort to an insurrectionist” and, maybe, “man whose odiousness inspired the legislative dismantling of the private equity industry.”
That’s the gist of it, anyway, when you cut through the legalese.
Please don’t make him. (You probably can’t, anyway.)
That’s five times as much as Leon Cooperman, by the way.
But they’ll have the money to buy your office building/warehouse/retail location if it happens.
The Blackstone Group will take your money and then the dividends that could be used to pay you back.
The “S” in GSO Capital Partners is taking his leave.
Steve Schwarzman just moved a skyscraper for $640 million to get the week started off right.
Don’t be ridiculous about Berkshire divesting from companies it doesn’t own but might if they get cheap enough.
Those leaving London have to go somewhere, and wherever it is, Blackstone will own it.
Max Salk is not having a great morning.
The Schwarz is sorry that he's not sorry.
One worries about "populist-backlash fears," the other not so much.
"I would do Donald": Steve Schwarzman
Blackstone is going to turn the Cosmopolitan around if it has to offer a deluxe package that includes Steve as pillow-fluffing butler.