Billionaire David Rubenstein: Private Equity And Education

Billionaire David Rubenstein: Private Equity And Education
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An interview and Q&A with billionaire private equity investor and philanthropist, David Rubenstein. In this interview David discusses being at the creation of private equity and changing its course by introducing multiple funds. David also talks about his early life and going to Duke.

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Video Segments:

0:00 Introduction

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3:50 The kennedy center

7:54 How you came to go to Duke?

10:20 Working in the Carter administration

14:15 Starting Carlyle

15:55 Changing private equity

17:54 Is international investment the future?

20:15 We are in a contraction, not a recession

23:32 If you were young again, what would you found?

25:42 Philanthropy has a new life in the modern economy

31:18 University and philanthropy

37:35 Opinions of the basketball team

42:12 Start of Q&A

42:39 How did you learn from failure and will the US become a manufacturing nation again?

46:04 How does the US not become a submerging economy?

48:04 If you could invest domestically to create jobs in the US, where would it be?


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