|Bid||5.50 x 39400|
|Ask||0.00 x 28000|
|Day's Range||6.03 - 6.12|
|52 Week Range||4.55 - 7.18|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.75|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.44 (7.28%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Tom Barrack, Colony Capital CEO, joins 'Squawk Box' as the guest host of the hour to discuss resuming his role as CEO of Colony Capital and investing.
Journalists were asking questions about how the Presidential Inaugural Committee had raised -- and spent -- a record amount of money. Complicating matters, a key committee staffer, Rick Gates, had months earlier been indicted for lobbying work he’d done with Paul Manafort in Ukraine. To get everyone on the same page, a team reporting to inaugural chairman Thomas Barrack came up with more than 60 questions and answers to circulate among themselves.
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Tom Barrack, American private equity investor and chairman of Colony Capital, issued an apology after saying the U.S. had committed "equal or worse" atrocities than the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Speaking to an audience while at the Milken Institute Summit in Abu Dhabi this week, Barrack refuted criticism of the kingdom over the murder of the Saudi journalist.
The president’s longtime friend drew swift rebukes in Washington this week by declaring it a mistake to judge Saudi Arabia for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, the journalist dismembered inside one of the kingdom’s consulates last year. Barrack, who often appears on television to counter criticism of Trump’s statements and policies, quickly apologized for his own words. Khashoggi’s murder “was atrocious and is inexcusable,” Barrack, the head of investment firm Colony Capital Inc., said Wednesday in an emailed statement.
The Los Angeles-based company said in a statement Monday that Raymond Mikulich and Craig Hatkoff will join its board immediately as part of a pact with Blackwells Capital. Colony and Blackwells will jointly agree on a third new director at a later date, according to the statement. “Both Ray and Craig bring valuable real estate and finance experience as well as new perspectives to our board,” said Barrack, chief executive officer of Colony, which has $44 billion in assets under management.
merger with rival Northstar at about the same time that Mr Trump took office in January 2017, said it had reached agreement with Blackwells Capital to appoint two new directors to its board. The announcement marks a striking victory for Blackwells in what is only its second public campaign. Founded in 2016, the fund has no outside investors and is run by Jason Aintabi, a member of a wealthy Canadian family with real estate interests throughout the world.
After more than two months planning Donald Trump’s inaugural celebration, Barrack, a decades-old confidant of the president-elect, threw one of the most extravagant fetes of the week. The entertainment included a performance by Steve Wynn’s ShowStoppers, a vaunted Las Vegas dance production programmed by the casino billionaire, a close friend of Barrack’s. The dinner menu featured a red-wine blend from Barrack’s family vineyard in California. The guest list was chock full of foreign dignitaries, multibillionaires, Republican leaders, conservative luminaries and top executives from Barrack’s real estate investment firm, Colony Capital.
Colony Capital Inc. is nearing a deal to take over the Latin American operations of troubled Dubai-based private-equity firm Abraaj Group, according to people familiar with the matter. Under the terms of the deal, the Los Angeles-based investment-management company would acquire an investment platform which currently manages more than $500 million in assets across Latin America, including a stake in Mexican fashion-footwear company Capa de Ozono. The business would rebrand as Colony Latam Partners and be led by a handful of former Abraaj employees.
A bankruptcy court judge on Tuesday confirmed iHeartMedia Inc.’s restructuring plan that enables the company to slash its debt load and hand over control to a group of bondholders.
U.S. investment group Colony Capital Inc agreed to buy Dubai-based Abraaj Group's private equity business in Latin America, the companies said on Wednesday. The transaction, which is being done through Abraaj Holdings and Abraaj Investment Management Limited's joint provisional liquidators PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte, is expected to close during the first quarter. Colony Capital will lead the operations along with the senior management of Abraaj's private equity business in Latin America.
Concerns over rising interest rates and expected further rate increases have hit several stocks hard since the end of the third quarter. NASDAQ and Russell 2000 indices are already in correction territory. More importantly, Russell 2000 ETF (IWM) underperformed the larger S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by about 4 percentage points in the first half of […]
Thomas Barrack, a confidant of President Donald Trump, is taking over as chief executive of Colony Capital, returning to the post he held before the real estate investment trust went public four years ...
Thomas Barrack Jr. is returning to Colony Capital Inc., the investment firm he founded in 1991, as its chief executive.
A Marseille commercial court approved U.S. investment group Colony Capital and France's AccorHotels to take over French hotel group Maranatha in receivership since 2017. Maranatha runs about 50 mostly four and five-star hotels in France owned by some 5,500 private investors through 135 companies, which must also approve the sale.
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With the latest acquisition, Colony Capital's (CLNY) industrial platform -- Colony Industrial -- expands ownership of light industrial logistics property in Atlanta to 7.7 million square feet of area.
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