TPG

Latest stories

53m
WA Today
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it rightMyer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands g
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it right
WA Today / Posted 53 minutes ago
Myer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands getting more resources. Photo: Luis Ascui Umbers, an information technology expert, believes Myer has been losing sales and earnings by not focusing sharply enough on the... Read more
4 related stories
1h
The Age
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it rightMyer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands g
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it right
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Myer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands getting more resources. Photo: Luis Ascui Umbers, an information technology expert, believes Myer has been losing sales and earnings by not focusing sharply enough on the... Read more
4 related stories
1h
Canberra Times
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it rightMyer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands g
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it right
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
Myer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands getting more resources. Photo: Luis Ascui Umbers, an information technology expert, believes Myer has been losing sales and earnings by not focusing sharply enough on the... Read more
4 related stories
1h
Brisbane Times
Enough for a few extra bottles of Grange as Treasury Wines CEO collects $4.45m payTreasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke collected a handsome pay pack
Enough for a few extra bottles of Grange as Treasury Wines CEO collects $4.45m pay
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
Treasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke collected a handsome pay packet totalling $4.45 million in 2014-15 as the company's performance improved markedly. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Treasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke has... Read more
2 related stories
1h
Brisbane Times
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it rightMyer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands g
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it right
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
Myer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands getting more resources. Photo: Luis Ascui Umbers, an information technology expert, believes Myer has been losing sales and earnings by not focusing sharply enough on the... Read more
4 related stories
1h
The Age
Enough for a few extra bottles of Grange as Treasury Wines CEO collects $4.45m payTreasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke collected a handsome pay pack
Enough for a few extra bottles of Grange as Treasury Wines CEO collects $4.45m pay
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Treasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke collected a handsome pay packet totalling $4.45 million in 2014-15 as the company's performance improved markedly. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Treasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke has... Read more
2 related stories
1h
Sydney Morning Herald
Enough for a few extra bottles of Grange as Treasury Wines CEO collects $4.45m payTreasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke collected a handsome pay pack
Enough for a few extra bottles of Grange as Treasury Wines CEO collects $4.45m pay
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
Treasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke collected a handsome pay packet totalling $4.45 million in 2014-15 as the company's performance improved markedly. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Treasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke has... Read more
2 related stories
1h
Sydney Morning Herald
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it rightMyer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands g
Myer's $600m revival plan might be its last chance to get it right
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
Myer is taking a Darwinian approach to its ranges, with strong-selling brands getting more resources. Photo: Luis Ascui Umbers, an information technology expert, believes Myer has been losing sales and earnings by not focusing sharply enough on the... Read more
4 related stories
6h
New Zealand's National Business Review
Snakk appoints new Chair; refreshes Board for next phaseWith the next phase of international growth imminent for mobile advertising tec
Snakk appoints new Chair; refreshes Board for next phase
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 6 hours ago
With the next phase of international growth imminent for mobile advertising technology company Snakk Media Ltd., [NZX: SNK], the company is continuing to evolve the Board, which has today appointed Australian technology industry veteran Peter James... Read more
11h
Investopedia
The Biggest Private Equity Firms in San Francisco (KKR,BX)There are a number of prominent private equity firms located in San Francisco d
The Biggest Private Equity Firms in San Francisco (KKR,BX)
Investopedia / Posted 11 hours ago
There are a number of prominent private equity firms located in San Francisco due in part to its proximity to Silicon Valley, the heart of the tech industry in the United States. Google, Apple, Facebook and Yahoo have their headquarters in Silicon... Read more
14h
New Kerala
Govt. can help private sector set up clinics, medical schools, colleges, diagnostic facilities Minister of State for the Prime Minister Office, Dr. Jitendra Singh, on Monda
Govt. can help private sector set up clinics, medical schools, colleges, diagnostic facilities
New Kerala / Posted 14 hours ago
Minister of State for the Prime Minister Office, Dr. Jitendra Singh, on Monday suggested that the government could provide public facilities and other... Read more
3d
GlobeSt.com
TPG Hires Ladder Cofounder for RE Debt PlatformTPG recently expanded its offices in Midtown Manhattan. NEW YORK CITY�TPG Capi
TPG Hires Ladder Cofounder for RE Debt Platform
GlobeSt.com / Posted 3 days ago
TPG recently expanded its offices in Midtown Manhattan. NEW YORK CITY�TPG Capital has hired Greta Guggenheim, a cofounder and former CIO at Ladder Capital, as CEO of TPG Real Estate Finance Trust, the firm�s debt origination and acquisition... Read more
4d
Otago Daily Times
Quake fears over Queenstown council buildingAt a full council meeting in Queenstown, The Property Group senior consultant I
Quake fears over Queenstown council building
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
At a full council meeting in Queenstown, The Property Group senior consultant Ian Thompson, of Christchurch, said while the Gorge Rd building, which at 35% of current code was not technically at risk in an earthquake, that ''does not say `everybody... Read more
4d
Business Spectator
GE's local favouriteA clear favourite has emerged in the race for GE Capital’s remaining Australian
GE's local favourite
Business Spectator / Posted 4 days ago
A clear favourite has emerged in the race for GE Capital’s remaining Australian assets as the US conglomerate notifies shortlisted candidates of their progression into round two. Elsewhere, Woodside Petroleum is again linked to Oil Search, six... Read more
4d
Sydney Morning Herald
Healthscope boss welcomes government intervention in Medibank disputeHealthscope chief executive Robert Cooke says he will happily sign Healthscope
Healthscope boss welcomes government intervention in Medibank dispute
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Healthscope chief executive Robert Cooke says he will happily sign Healthscope up to a standard of quality patient care criteria proposed by the government. Photo: Luis Ascui Healthscope boss Robert Cooke says he will support a government-led... Read more
13 related stories
5d
iTNews
TPG opens Layer 2 FTTB product for wholesaleTPG is now offering wholesale partners the opportunity to access its fibre-to-t
TPG opens Layer 2 FTTB product for wholesale
iTNews / Posted 5 days ago
TPG is now offering wholesale partners the opportunity to access its fibre-to-the-basement network through a Layer 2 product for $27 per month, as demanded by the government's carrier license conditions. Last December the government revealed... Read more
5d
iTWire
TPG tells iiNet to stop selling Fetch TViiNet is no longer selling the Fetch TV set-top box, which it launched with suc
TPG tells iiNet to stop selling Fetch TV
iTWire / Posted 5 days ago
iiNet is no longer selling the Fetch TV set-top box, which it launched with such fanfare last year. No announcement has been made, but the move is believed to have been at the command of new owner TPG, which received approval for its $1.6 billion... Read more
5d
Crain's New York Business
TPG teams up with Thain's CIT for commercial-lending ventureJohn Thain's CIT Group entered into a partnership with Texas-based TPG for a co
TPG teams up with Thain's CIT for commercial-lending venture
Crain's New York Business / Posted 5 days ago
John Thain's CIT Group entered into a partnership with Texas-based TPG for a commercial-lending venture CIT Group Inc., led by Chief Executive Officer John Thain, is starting a venture with TPG’s special-situations and credit platform to help... Read more
5d
MumBRELLA
Founding partner iiNet to stop selling Fetch TV One of FetchTV’s founding members iiNet has announced it will stop selling th
Founding partner iiNet to stop selling Fetch TV
MumBRELLA / Posted 5 days ago
One of FetchTV’s founding members iiNet has announced it will stop selling the IPTV service, days after its acquisition by rival broadband provider TPG was approved. In a surprise move iiNet announced... Read more
5 related stories
5d
WA Today
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TVTPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with o
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TV
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with online pay TV provider Fetch TV. Photo: Photo: Viki Lascaris After talks with Foxtel, TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and its subsidiaries to abandon competing pay TV... Read more
5 related stories
6d
Brisbane Times
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TVTPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with o
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TV
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with online pay TV provider Fetch TV. Photo: Photo: Viki Lascaris After talks with Foxtel, TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and its subsidiaries to abandon competing pay TV... Read more
5 related stories
6d
The Age
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TVTPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with o
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TV
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with online pay TV provider Fetch TV. Photo: Photo: Viki Lascaris After talks with Foxtel, TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and its subsidiaries to abandon competing pay TV... Read more
5 related stories
6d
Sydney Morning Herald
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TVTPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with o
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TV
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with online pay TV provider Fetch TV. Photo: Photo: Viki Lascaris After talks with Foxtel, TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and its subsidiaries to abandon competing pay TV... Read more
5 related stories
6d
Canberra Times
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TVTPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with o
TPG forces iiNet to dump Fetch TV
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and Co to walk away from their deals with online pay TV provider Fetch TV. Photo: Photo: Viki Lascaris After talks with Foxtel, TPG is forcing newly-acquired iiNet and its subsidiaries to abandon competing pay TV... Read more
5 related stories
6d
Zero Hedge
So This Is Why The "Smart Money" Was Selling The Most Stocks In HistoryPrecisely two months ago, we reported something very troubling, namely that "Th
So This Is Why The "Smart Money" Was Selling The Most Stocks In History
Zero Hedge / Posted 6 days ago
Precisely two months ago, we reported something very troubling, namely that "The "Smart Money" Just Sold The Most Stocks In History." This is what BofA reported at the time: "BofAML clients were big net sellers of US stocks in the amount of $4.1bn,... Read more
6d
Business Spectator
Spotless exitThe reporting season block trade party has begun in earnest this week despite m
Spotless exit
Business Spectator / Posted 6 days ago
The reporting season block trade party has begun in earnest this week despite manic action on markets threatening to put the brakes on. Elsewhere, a number of big names join the race for Arrium’s Moly-Cop operation, the auction of the Brownes dairy... Read more
6d
Brisbane Times
Secret NBN plan aims to help big brands like Woolworths and others sell internet accessNBN Co. chief executive Bill Morrow says new players like Woolworths must be he
Secret NBN plan aims to help big brands like Woolworths and others sell internet access
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
NBN Co. chief executive Bill Morrow says new players like Woolworths must be helped onto the national broadband network. Photo: Edwina Pickles NBN Co. is working on a secret plan to help retailers like Woolworths and other companies compete with... Read more
2 related stories
6d
The Age
Secret NBN plan aims to help big brands like Woolworths and others sell internet accessNBN Co. chief executive Bill Morrow says new players like Woolworths must be he
Secret NBN plan aims to help big brands like Woolworths and others sell internet access
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
NBN Co. chief executive Bill Morrow says new players like Woolworths must be helped onto the national broadband network. Photo: Edwina Pickles NBN Co. is working on a secret plan to help retailers like Woolworths and other companies compete with... Read more
2 related stories
6d
Sydney Morning Herald
Secret NBN plan aims to help big brands like Woolworths and others sell internet accessNBN Co. chief executive Bill Morrow says new players like Woolworths must be he
Secret NBN plan aims to help big brands like Woolworths and others sell internet access
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
NBN Co. chief executive Bill Morrow says new players like Woolworths must be helped onto the national broadband network. Photo: Edwina Pickles NBN Co. is working on a secret plan to help retailers like Woolworths and other companies compete with... Read more
2 related stories
7d
Independent
Tesco's South Korean auction hit as China market problems cause currency turmoilAn initial deadline for bids passed last week and was extended to yesterday aft
Tesco's South Korean auction hit as China market problems cause currency turmoil
Independent / Posted 7 days ago
An initial deadline for bids passed last week and was extended to yesterday after months of arduous negotiations, leading to Tesco having to reduce the asking price for the Homeplus business. However, the deal was thrown into further doubt as the... Read more
7d
Business Insurance
Appeals court rules for SEC in use of in-house enforcement(Reuters) — A federal appeals court on Monday handed the U.S. Securities and Ex
Appeals court rules for SEC in use of in-house enforcement
Business Insurance / Posted 7 days ago
(Reuters) — A federal appeals court on Monday handed the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission a victory in its use of in-house enforcement proceedings, rejecting a challenge by a former chief executive officer of Assisted Living Concepts Inc. By... Read more
7d
Rolling Good Times
Caesars strikes a deal with largest lenders over restructuring effortsCaesars Entertainment Corp. said late Friday it reached agreement with its larg
Caesars strikes a deal with largest lenders over restructuring efforts
Rolling Good Times / Posted 7 days ago
Caesars Entertainment Corp. said late Friday it reached agreement with its largest lender group over the restructuring of the company's bankrupt operating division. In a statement, Caesars said the agreement allows the company to focus on gaining... Read more
7 related stories
7d
PC Magazine
Fastest ISPs 2015: AustraliaWelcome to this year's Down Under edition of Fastest ISPs, where we visit Austr
Fastest ISPs 2015: Australia
PC Magazine / Posted 7 days ago
Welcome to this year's Down Under edition of Fastest ISPs, where we visit Australia's sunburnt shores to find out which ISP delivers the best connection. With a population of just under 24 million spread over a continent that spans over 2,500 miles... Read more
7d
iol.co.za
These racers are deaf AND blind!.The starter waves a competitor away from the start line during the TPG Deafbli
These racers are deaf AND blind!
iol.co.za / Posted 7 days ago
.The starter waves a competitor away from the start line during the TPG Deafblind Race at Lodz airport in central Poland. Picture: Janek Skarzynski / AFP Lodz, Poland - Motor-racing is not for the faint-hearted. But when you are deaf and blind, it... Read more
7d
The Age
M2 offers smaller providers help to clear NBN hurdlesM2 Group chief executive Geoff Horth says its NBN aggregation service will help
M2 offers smaller providers help to clear NBN hurdles
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
M2 Group chief executive Geoff Horth says its NBN aggregation service will help smaller providers. Photo: Jason South M2 Group, which owns Dodo and iPrimus, is talking with supermarket and energy giants to help them sell internet services over the... Read more
8d
The Age
The incredible shrinking Fortescue MetalsAndrew Forrest, major shareholder of Fortescue Metal Group. Photo: Jacky Ghosse
The incredible shrinking Fortescue Metals
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
Andrew Forrest, major shareholder of Fortescue Metal Group. Photo: Jacky Ghossein This chart provides a neat illustration of what has happened in the Australian economy and sharemarket over the past few years. Fortescue Metals, Andrew "Twiggy"... Read more
2 related stories
8d
Sydney Morning Herald
The incredible shrinking Fortescue MetalsAndrew Forrest, major shareholder of Fortescue Metal Group. Photo: Jacky Ghosse
The incredible shrinking Fortescue Metals
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Andrew Forrest, major shareholder of Fortescue Metal Group. Photo: Jacky Ghossein This chart provides a neat illustration of what has happened in the Australian economy and sharemarket over the past few years. Fortescue Metals, Andrew "Twiggy"... Read more
2 related stories
8d
Canberra Times
The incredible shrinking Fortescue MetalsAndrew Forrest, major shareholder of Fortescue Metal Group. Photo: Jacky Ghosse
The incredible shrinking Fortescue Metals
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
Andrew Forrest, major shareholder of Fortescue Metal Group. Photo: Jacky Ghossein This chart provides a neat illustration of what has happened in the Australian economy and sharemarket over the past few years. Fortescue Metals, Andrew "Twiggy"... Read more
2 related stories
8d
iTNews
iiNet records bumper numbers in last-ever resultsRevenue and subscriber numbers up year-on-year. iiNet saw a substantial increa
iiNet records bumper numbers in last-ever results
iTNews / Posted 8 days ago
Revenue and subscriber numbers up year-on-year. iiNet saw a substantial increase in revenue for the full year to June 2015, alongside an increase in subscriber numbers, in its last set of financials before its acqusition by TPG. The figures were... Read more
9d
The Courier Mail
Joyce ‘thankful’ APA bid failedQantas chief executive Alan Joyce says he is now “thankful’’ that an $11 billio
Joyce ‘thankful’ APA bid failed
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce says he is now “thankful’’ that an $11 billion takeover bid by a private equity consortium that he supported never occurred, after the airline this week reported its best result since the global financial... Read more
10d
Finance and Commerce
Caesars lender talks revived as bankruptcy probe loomsCaesars Entertainment Corp. restarted talks with the senior-most lenders of its
Caesars lender talks revived as bankruptcy probe looms
Finance and Commerce / Posted 10 days ago
Caesars Entertainment Corp. restarted talks with the senior-most lenders of its bankrupt unit as the casino company tries to win creditor support ahead of a court investigation that’s expected to be completed as soon as November, according to three... Read more
10d
The Hindu
PE and VC investors gain $6 b through ‘exits’ in IndiaCompanies in the IT and ITeS, BFSI, Telecom and media and entertainment industr
PE and VC investors gain $6 b through ‘exits’ in India
The Hindu / Posted 10 days ago
Companies in the IT and ITeS, BFSI, Telecom and media and entertainment industries have led the list of successful exits in 2015 The first half of 2015 has emerged as best year for ‘exits’ by private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) investors in... Read more
10d
The Age
iiNet posts $70 million profit in its last annual results before TPG takeoveriiNet chief executive David Buckingham and chairman Michael Smith. Photo: Peter
iiNet posts $70 million profit in its last annual results before TPG takeover
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
iiNet chief executive David Buckingham and chairman Michael Smith. Photo: Peter Braig iiNet has made $70 million in net profits for the year ending June 30, 2015 and has 989,000 broadband customers, according to the company's final set of annual... Read more
2 related stories
10d
Sydney Morning Herald
iiNet posts $70 million profit in its last annual results before TPG takeoveriiNet chief executive David Buckingham and chairman Michael Smith. Photo: Peter
iiNet posts $70 million profit in its last annual results before TPG takeover
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
iiNet chief executive David Buckingham and chairman Michael Smith. Photo: Peter Braig iiNet has made $70 million in net profits for the year ending June 30, 2015 and has 989,000 broadband customers, according to the company's final set of annual... Read more
2 related stories
10d
Canberra Times
iiNet posts $70 million profit in its last annual results before TPG takeoveriiNet chief executive David Buckingham and chairman Michael Smith. Photo: Peter
iiNet posts $70 million profit in its last annual results before TPG takeover
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
iiNet chief executive David Buckingham and chairman Michael Smith. Photo: Peter Braig iiNet has made $70 million in net profits for the year ending June 30, 2015 and has 989,000 broadband customers, according to the company's final set of annual... Read more
2 related stories
10d
The Courier Mail
iiNet lifts FY profitiiNet has posted a lift in full-year profit, on the back of organic growth, pro
iiNet lifts FY profit
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
iiNet has posted a lift in full-year profit, on the back of organic growth, product expansion and the acquisition of its Tech2 Group stake, as it prepares to formalise its sale to TPG Telecom. For the year to June 30, the internet service provider... Read more
10d
Computer World Australia
Federal Court signs off on TPG's iiNet takeoverThe Federal Court today signed off on TPG's takeover of iiNet. iiNet shares wi
Federal Court signs off on TPG's iiNet takeover
Computer World Australia / Posted 10 days ago
The Federal Court today signed off on TPG's takeover of iiNet. iiNet shares will be suspected from trading on the ASX on 24 August. Earlier in the year the ACCC said its preliminary view was that deal would lead to a substantial lessening of... Read more
23 related stories
11d
TheBull
Stocks to watch on FridayStocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: AMP - AMP - down 11 cents, o
Stocks to watch on Friday
TheBull / Posted 11 days ago
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: AMP - AMP - down 11 cents, or 1.75 per cent, at $6.17 Wealth management giant AMP increased its dividend after lifting half year profit 33 per cent, driven by earnings growth across all of the... Read more
5 related stories
11d
Business Spectator
Santos in the spotlightSantos can’t slink quietly into the shade as oil price jitters ramp up the pres
Santos in the spotlight
Business Spectator / Posted 11 days ago
Santos can’t slink quietly into the shade as oil price jitters ramp up the pressure to trim its debt load. But with the local energy giant intent on dodging a capital raising, could asset sales be the answer? Elsewhere, REST Industry Super eyes a... Read more
11d
iTNews
TPG's iiNet takeover is 'bittersweet' for Michael MaloneISP to cease trading on ASX next week. iiNet founder and former chief executiv
TPG's iiNet takeover is 'bittersweet' for Michael Malone
iTNews / Posted 11 days ago
ISP to cease trading on ASX next week. iiNet founder and former chief executive Michael Malone feels bittersweet about TPG’s takeover of his internet service provider, after the deal was approved by the ACCC yesterday. iiNet will now cease trading... Read more
23 related stories
More

People in this news