Rafael “Rafa” Marquez – who played for the NY Red Bulls before becoming captain of Mexico’s National Team – has been secretly acting as a frontman for a Mexican drug kingpin, according to the US Treasury Dept. Marquez, 37, is one of close to two dozen people the Treasury Dept. on Wednesday said has been helping hide...
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By Carl Campanile - Thursday Jul 27, 2017
New York companies will get naming rights to subway station if they contribute at least $600,00 for upkeep Gov. Cuomo announced Thursday. “We want the private sector as full partners,” Cuomo said at an Association for a Better New York breakfast in Midtown. Blackstone and Estée Lauder are among the subway donors that Cuomo mentioned...
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Antitrust worries have come to light in the sunscreen sector. Tronox, a Stamford, Conn.-based mining company, is getting scrutinized by regulators for its $2.2 billion deal to buy the titanium dioxide unit of Saudi-owned miner Cristal, a source told The Post. Specifically, the Federal Trade Commission is concerned that the merger would create the world’s...
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Billionaire Leon Black’s private-equity firm Apollo Global Management has raised a record $23.5 billion for the world’s biggest-ever buyout fund, according to a report. The boffo raise eclipses the previous record set by billionaire Stephen Scharzman’s Blackstone Group, which cobbled together a $21.7 billion fund at the height of the buyout boom in 2007, the...
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By Josh Kosman - Monday Sep 11, 2017
Steve Schwarzman and Ron Burkle are now in a billionaire stare-down, The Post had learned. Schwarzman’s Blackstone Group has made a $3 billion-plus binding offer for Burkle’s Americold, but the moneyman wants more for his biggest investment, two sources close to the situation said. Atlanta-based Americold, the world’s largest refrigerated warehousing provider, struggled earlier this...