Now, they share an experience of legal trouble around their exploits.
A tale as old as time. Or, at least, as old as this website.
The first time wasn’t voluntary, but the lawsuit against Netflix very much is.
And Jay Clayton gets to be called “Mr. Chairman” again.
It doesn’t sound like Merrick Garland is looking as kindly on the GPB boys as Bill Barr.
The rock of respectability has rolled back down the Alps.
You mean to tell me that SoftBank and the Swiss joined forces to back a loser?
You can say and do whatever you want to a dolly-bird tart in old Blighty, as long as she can’t raise the money you need.
It’s a surprisingly tough job, but someone’s got to do it.
Because in addition to “unemployed,” he can also now call himself “whistleblower.”
He did do twice as much not wrong as previously reported, and is almost 70, so…
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.”
Timing is everything in philanthropy.
The SPAC-and-IPO party on Wall Street will have to stand in for the traditional holiday festivities this year.
York Capital is going private equity because the hedge fund thing is not working out.
And they’ve seen him rap and eat.