Henry Kravis’ 4,600-acre ranch, to be more specific.
It takes a half-dozen men what it once took only one Kravis and one Roberts to do.
KKR is starting to steal back all of those BS fees it paid in decades past.
Dress up, dress down, just don’t let the big guy find an office door without a suit hanging from it.
Unless the second-biggest ridesharing app just doubled revenue or halved its spending in the last three days, this feels like a bit of a premium.
Lyft is about to take everyone for quite a shared ride.
KKR is paving the way in bricks of newfound gold.
When you come at King Kravis, you'd best not miss.
Travis Kalanick is nothing if not consistent.
Be afraid Uber, be very afraid.
It's all gamesmanship and it doesn't fool us one bit.
Christopher Tarui is free at last,
"The Apprentice: Treasury Department"
KKR is wondering what everyone was else was doing while they made all of this money.
And that is bad news for ol' Henry Kravis.