Brookfield is a name that towers over the global investment industry. Yet what exactly it is, and how it operates, is maddeningly difficult to ascertain.
Apollo co-founder Marc Rowan and his protégé Imran Siddiqui invented one of the slickest money-making machines in financial history. Then they fell out.
He's friends with Hollywood stars and Middle Eastern royals. He's in the US capital, looking to do favors. And he believes in karma.
418 Homeplace Drive was one family's dream. It is also a microcosm of the recklessness behind the financial crisis, and the fragile stability that followed.
Bill McGlashan had tried his hand at everything: dotcom startups; air traffic control; cholesterol pills. Then, sitting on Richard Branson’s Caribbean island, he became a socially conscious visionary.
When Tesla's founder considered taking the carmaker private, its lead independent director was an investor who has made millions of dollars from a decades-long association with the volatile billionaire.
Blackstone, Apollo and KKR run more money in their lending arms than in their buyout funds, becoming principal bankers to a large tract of corporate America.
The founder of the clothing label taught me how to drive a tractor in a straight line – and explained how brands create obsessions.
He has made a career studying social labels like poshness and gayness, and he wants you to know that most of what they signify is pure baloney.