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Trump's enablers: Meet the 125 people and institutions most responsible for his rise to power

The Times of India 23 Feb 2021
A coterie of New York businessmen and lawyers helped him become a dealmaking tabloid fixture ... .
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Meet Carlyle's $53 billion credit team - Loeb's Miami Beach mansion - Winklevii on Bitcoin future

Business Insider 22 Jan 2021
Kewsong Lee. Getty Images ... Carlyle's credit crew ... Read more here ... Bankers from Lazard, Wells Fargo, and SVB Leerink give some predictions for where you can expect to see dealmaking and IPOs in the healthcare space ... A billionaire New York hedge-fund CEO just dropped $20 million on a Miami Beach mansion as Wall Street firms plan moves to Florida (BI) ... ....
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Goldman Sachs had record 2020 with profit doubling

Business Day 19 Jan 2021
New York — Goldman Sach’s dealmakers capped their record 2020 year with a fourth-quarter revenue jump that helped the bank double its profit ... Goldman’s shares were up 2.5% to $308.40 at 8.31am in early New York trading ... Persistent strength in core trading and dealmaking franchises ...
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Debt cloud hangs over Trump post-presidency

The Hill 17 Jan 2021
In the wake of the Capitol riots, the New York City government and the PGA Tour backed away from business arrangements with the Trump Organization, sapping future income from the debt-laden president ... New York state prosecutors are ramping up their investigation into Trump’s business dealings, which could lead to criminal charges.
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Tesla competitor Lucid Motors may go public via SPAC merger

Business Journal 11 Jan 2021
The SPAC that is reportedly involved is New York-based Churchill Capital Corp.
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NYSE's perplexing China listings U-turn - More 'mega dream' tech deals - Citi banker in ...

Business Insider 06 Jan 2021
The New York Stock Exchange's Stacey Cunningham rang the opening bell for Snowflake's first trading day ... It's been quite a few days over at the Big Board (aka the New York Stock Exchange) ... A view of the exterior of the Citibank corporate headquarters in New York, New York ... IPO at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.
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Blumhouse Wins N.Y. Times Kidnapping Revenge Article After Bidding War

The Hollywood Reporter 22 Dec 2020
Coming out on top of a heated bidding war, Blumhouse, the production company run by prolific producer Jason Blum, has won the screen rights to the New York Times piece "She Stalked Her Daughter’s Killers Across Mexico, One by One," a gripping and devastating story that personalizes the kidnapping epidemic in Mexico.
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N.Y. Times Kidnapping Revenge Article at Center of Bidding War (Exclusive)

The Hollywood Reporter 18 Dec 2020
Almost 20 companies are seeking the screen rights to a New York Times piece that personalizes the kidnapping epidemic in Mexico ... The New York Times would also act as a full-producer on the eventual adaptation ... Anonymous Content represents the interests and rights for film and television to The New York Times’ journalism, past and present.
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Joseph Safra, Banker Who Was the Richest Brazilian, Dies at 82

New York Times 16 Dec 2020
An immigrant from Lebanon, he earned a reputation as a canny dealmaker overseeing a family banking empire reaching from S�o Paulo to Geneva to New York ... .
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Financial industry dealmaking set to heat up

Canada Dot Com 08 Dec 2020
NEW YORK — Large acquisitions in the fragmented financial data industry are just a foretaste of the dealmaking to come, as vendors seek to expand ...
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Analysis: Financial industry dealmaking set to heat up

Metro USA 08 Dec 2020
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Large acquisitions in the fragmented financial data industry are just a foretaste of the dealmaking to come, as vendors seek to expand their offerings and secure resources to invest in new technologies such as artificial intelligence, investment bankers and analysts say.
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David Dinkins: Quiet dealmaker who became first black mayor of New York

The Independent 30 Nov 2020
David Dinkins tenaciously climbed Harlem’s political ladder and in 1990 became New York’s first black mayor amid hopes that he would stanch racial conflict, only to lose the office four years later as ethnic tensions continued ... Fostering amity among the parts of what he called “New York’s gorgeous mosaic” was his mantra ... I offer a New York way.”.
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The Tulip’s towering vanity must be nipped in the bud

The Observer 27 Nov 2020
The Tulip is a proposed 305-metre high “cultural and tourist attraction” in the City of London ... Play up, Liskeard FC ... Less good news ... Michigan’s new hero ... Trump’s modus operandi, ever since he was a young dealmaker in New York property, has been to bully and induce mid-level officials to give him seemingly impermissible and impossible favours ... Almost ... .
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