Стивен Шварцман
20 ноября 2017, 07:00

Пчелка на миллиард: как Уитни Вульф Херд создала конкурента Tinder

В 2014 году Уитни Вульф обнаружила себя в центре громкого скандала с бывшим работодателем Tinder и бывшим бойфрендом, одним из топ-менеджеров компании. Но за следующие три года она создала прямого конкурента Tinder, которого материнская компания Tinder недавно пыталась выкупить при оценке в $1 млрд

08 ноября 2017, 09:47

В Аравийской пустыне построят футуристический город Неом

Власти Королевства анонсировали строительство иннополиса стоимостью $500 млрд Саудовские власти объявили о намерении создать город будущего Неом. По задумке саудитов, он должен сильно отличаться не только от нынешней Саудовской Аравии, но и от городов в любой другой стране. В презентации, посвященной созданию Неома, представлен проект, напоминающий научно-фантастический фильм: по улицам города будущего ходят роботы-электроники, транспорт […]

06 ноября 2017, 09:50

СМИ обнаружили в "Райских документах" офшорные связи в окружении американского президента

В документах фигурировало имя Джареда Кушнера, одного из наиболее высокопоставленных советников Белого дома и зятя президента Трампа.

30 октября 2017, 08:26

В гости к миллиардерам: как богатейшие люди мира зарабатывают на туристах

Несмотря на рост популярности услуг онлайн-бронирования жилья, прибыль отельеров в 2016 году выросла на 4,3%

25 октября 2017, 19:01

Saudis to build futuristic city for tech innovation

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Saudi Arabia’s powerful crown prince on Tuesday announced plans to build a futuristic city run entirely on alternative sources of energy and said the ultraconservative kingdom must return to “moderate

20 сентября 2017, 13:00

One on One with Stephen Schwarzman

Billionaire investor and Blackstone Group CEO Steve Schwarzman tells CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera at Delivering Alpha 2017 the real reason the Trump-CEO Leadership Council was disbanded and what he sees as the biggest threat to markets today.

19 сентября 2017, 18:27

Stephen Schwarzman

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Forbes we interviewed the 100 greatest living business minds, including Stephen Schwarzman, chairman, CEO, and cofounder of Blackstone Group.

19 сентября 2017, 13:44

Stephen Schwarzman: What I Learned From Stopping A Financial Crisis

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Forbes we interviewed the 100 greatest living business minds, including Stephen Schwarzman, chairman, CEO, and cofounder of Blackstone Group. Photography by Martin Schoeller

12 сентября 2017, 21:53

Schwarzman: Biggest risks to markets are geopolitical, particularly North Korea

Blackstone Group CEO Stephen Schwarzman said the biggest risks to market valuations are geopolitical, particularly North Korea and its nuclear program.

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12 сентября 2017, 18:12

Stephen Schwarzman: DACA is a legal issue right now

Stephen Schwarzman sits down one on one with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and discusses his views on the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

11 сентября 2017, 17:00

Революция Трампа

Судьба президентства Д. Трампа напрямую зависит от поведения членов его команды, его ближнего и дальнего окружения. При этом популярные сейчас идеологизированные лозунги и формулировки, характеризующие трампизм как американское издание современного экономического национализма, слабо коррелируют с мировоззренческими установками и профессиональными навыками ключевых фигур администрации Трампа. Первые достаточно неоднозначные и противоречивые результаты пребывания Дональда Трампа в должности […]

20 июля 2017, 01:10

Chinese Internet Stocks On Fire

The largest middle class in the world speaks Chinese and their web portals are burning with surging sales.

19 июля 2017, 17:14

Китайские бизнесмены в Вашингтоне - economy

В Вашингтоне прошел первый саммит бизнес-лидеров США и Китая. На форуме присутствовал министр экономики США Уилбур Росс. Председательствовали - американский бизнесмен Стивен Шварцман, руководитель инвестиционной компании Blackstone, и китайский предприниматель Джек Ма - глава Совета директоров Alibaba Group. Двадцать крупнейших китайских и американских бизнесменов провели дискуссии по вопросам сельского хозяйства, энергетики, финансового сектора и отметили, что две крупнейшие экономики планеты … ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ: http://ru.euronews.com/2017/07/19/china-usa-buisiness euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 13 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews

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07 июня 2017, 23:57

The Irresistible Math Behind Private Equity Stocks

Private equity investments are out of reach for ordinary investors but there’s a better alternative: Owning a piece of the businesses that have made Leon Black, Henry Kravis and Stephen Schwarzman billionaires many times over.

03 июня 2017, 14:19

America’s CEOs fall out of love with Trump

The early parades of meetings and West Wing photo ops trailed off before CEOs started publicly breaking with the president over his Paris decision.

04 мая 2017, 02:13

Globalization in the Crosshairs: Trade, Jobs, Inequality, Globalization, Robots II

**Milken Institute**: _Globalization in the Crosshairs_: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 / 2:30 pm-3:30 pm: Beverly Hills Ballroom ---- * Moderator: Gillian Tett, U.S. Managing Editor, Financial Times * Steven Ciobo, Minister for Trade, Tourism, and Investment, Australia * J. Bradford DeLong, Professor of Economics, UC Berkeley; Weblogger, Washington Center for Equitable Growth * John Hagel, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP; Co-Chairman, Center for the Edge * Alejandro Ramirez Magaña, CEO, Cinépolis * Stephen Schwarzman, Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder, Blackstone >In the 20 years leading up to the financial crisis, international trade grew at twice the rate of global output. Since then, trade has struggled to recover. Recent data is more worrying still, suggesting that trade's share of global GDP is falling. With mainstream political support for multilateral trade deals diminishing and populist movements on the rise in the U.S. and Europe, it is time to examine the future of globalization. Panelists will consider the following questions: >1. Has international trade—and globalization more broadly—entered a period of stagnation or even reversal? >2. Once unleashed, can globalization ever reverse or are we just seeing a slowdown in a normal cycle? >3. What are the implications for the global economy and the international...

21 апреля 2017, 12:13

13 groups that could muck up tax reform

Think health care was hard? Wait until Trump meets the factions fighting over taxes.

20 апреля 2017, 22:45

Private Equity Sets Its Sites On A New Funding Victim: Mom-And-Pop 401(k)s

After laying ruin to the defined-benefit pension plans of public and private employees over the past several decades, Wall Street has its sites set on its next victim: mom-and-pop 401(k)s.  Sure, because as our recent headlines confirm, wall street money managers have worked wonders for public/private pension funds: Are Collapsing Pensions "About To Bring Hell To America"? How Chicago's Largest Pension May Run Out Of Cash In As Little As 4 Years NY Teamsters Pension Becomes First To Run Out Of Money As Expert Warns "Pension Tsunami" Is Coming Dallas Police Pension On Verge Of Collapse As Record Number Of Cops Seek Full Withdrawals Alas, with companies increasingly opting for defined-contribution retirement plans (401k's) in-lieu of defined benefit plans, combined with the trillions of dollars of losses that wall street has racked up for the nation's largest pensions, it's no wonder that 'millionaire, billionaire, private jet owners', like Stephen Schwarzman of Blackstone, are looking to get their 'fair share' of fees from America's $4.8 trillion in 401(k) assets. As Schwarzman told Bloomberg, "you have to have a dream," and his dream is to apparently lay waste to a whole new pocket of American retirement wealth. Today most mom-and-pop investors still don’t have that option. But a shift in how people are saving in their 401(k)s may give private equity a new way in -- keeping firms like Carlyle, Blackstone Group LP and KKR & Co. eyeing the $4.8 trillion that U.S. workers have saved in their 401(k)s.   “In life you have to have a dream,” Steve Schwarzman, Blackstone’s chief executive officer, said on a call with analysts in January. “And one of the dreams is our desire -- and the market’s need -- to have more access” between alternative-investment funds and ordinary savers. It was a bold and telling statement coming from the helm of the world’s largest private equity firm.   Offering private equity to individuals has been a challenge because the investments are often hard to convert to cash quickly and they charge fees higher than those of traditional mutual funds that populate 401(k)s. Such retirement plans value assets on a daily basis, presenting a challenge for private equity firms that hold dozens of years-long investments. While private equity’s pitch is that it offers greater returns than traditional mutual funds, it may be hard to ensure each plan participant gets the best of what the asset class has to offer.   Inflows into private-sector 401(k)s have outpaced those into corporate pensions every year since 1987, according to 2014 figures, the latest available from Department of Labor data tabulated by the Investment Company Institute. Americans and their employers put $349 billion into 401(k)s in 2014, more than 3.5 times the volume that flowed into pensions, the data show. And while private equity has largely been shunned by smaller investors due to illiquidity and high fees, a lesson that many so-called 'sophisticated' institutional investors could afford to learn, we have no doubt that they will ultimately find a way to plunder such a highly-coveted asset. Some firms including New York-based KKR are hoping to score retirement money through an effort started by Pantheon Ventures, a London-based private equity firm that’s trying to get companies with 401(k)s more comfortable with the asset class. Companies are afraid of adding private equity because they can be sued by employees for offering complex products that charge higher fees.   To address the fear, Pantheon offers performance-based pricing on its fund-of-funds strategy: The firm earns a fee when performance exceeds the S&P 500 and returns money if it lags. Pantheon will mix private equity investments managed by KKR and other firms with cash and shares of an S&P 500 exchange-traded fund to offset liquidity concerns. It’s also developed a model to help value assets on a daily basis.   “Fundraising is all about knocking down barriers,” said Kevin Albert, Pantheon’s global head of business development. “They say they don’t want to invest with you because of one reason, so you fix it and keep reiterating.” "Dream big," Steve Schwarzman...how else are you going to be able to afford that new Lambo for the Hamptons house?

13 апреля 2017, 12:06

Trump turns to CEOs amid White House turmoil

Business leaders are making a push for moderation — and meeting with some success.

12 апреля 2017, 16:57

Лагард: США не следует называть Китай манипулятором

Директор-распорядитель Международного валютного фонда (МВФ) Кристин Лагард предостерегла США от вмешательства в валютную политику отдельных стран, поскольку президент США Дональд Трамп обещал назвать Китай валютным манипулятором.