Privacy issues are of great importance to the president.
Prior to this there was the pledge that it would happen this brings about a measure of sureness.
It was one of Carlyle's best investments. We did make more than a billion dollars on that deal, and we are very pleased that we served our investors quite well.
This is a very fluid time. Our goal here is to sustain our process, which is to protect the investor, make sure they know what they're getting into, and that the people they're dealing with don't lie or get them into something they're not suited for.
If there comes a time when defense properties are priced in a way that we think makes sense for private equity investors, then we will certainly consider investing more of our dollars in that sector.
The law is very specific in the way it's written. Our bottom line is that we're eager to get this information on the Web, and we will work closely with the NASDR and the Congress to allow the use of this technology. The sooner the better
He will note his concern, and go into further detail. We're dealing with analysts that work at regulated entities. There are rules that talk about disclosure. People need to properly disclose certain information, and TV analysts typically don't.