Private Equity Ron Perelman

  • NEW YORK, July 28- Donny Deutsch pops up pretty much everywhere in the American mediascape. You might know the 58- year-old New York City native from his time as head of Deutsch Inc, one of the biggest ad firms in the country that was acquired by Interpublic Group. Or from his former CNBC talk show "The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch," or his scripted comedy series "Donny!"

  • A four-strand natural colored pearl necklace measuring from 12.65 to 4.90 mm.

    Fine jewelry is the original wearable investment and unlike the Apple Watch doesn't have to be upgraded with new technology every few years.

  • Ronald Isley and Ernie Isley of the Isley Brothers perform on stage during the Apollo Spring Gala and 80th Anniversary Celebration at The Apollo Theater on June 10, 2014 in New York City.

    The Apollo appears to be in a good position to reclaim its place in pop culture, entertaining over 100,000 people a year with a $13 million budget.

  • Stephen A. Schwarzman, chairman of the Blackstone Group

    Adrian Barrie Smith, who recruits housekeeping staff for the wealthy, has sued several well-known Wall Street financiers and even the comedian Jerry Seinfeld.

  • The SEC says Revlon has agreed to pay a $850,000 fine for misleading shareholders about details of a "going-private" transaction.

  • Hamptons Helicopter Showdown

    There's a battle underway in the surf-side playground of the rich and famous, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.

  • Gavel

    "I was best friends with my partners for 25 years. I mourn the loss of that friendship," Don Drapkin, the head of Casablanca Capital, said of his former business partner at MacAndrews & Forbes, financier Ron Perelman.

  • Rep. Darrell Issa

    The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee told CNBC that he wants to know whether political considerations drove the government’s decision to steer a potentially multibillion-dollar contract to a company in which financier Ron Perelman's investment firm has a significant stake.

  • Doctor holding test tube

    Financier Ron Perelman’s entry into the smallpox antiviral medicine business has led to a congressional investigation, CNBC has learned.