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A Brawl Between Billionaire Founders at Apollo Sidelines One of Its Own

A behind-the-scenes drama atop Apollo is shunting one of its billionaire co-founders aside — with ramifications for investors and the company's future

A behind-the-scenes drama atop Apollo is shunting one of its billionaire co-founders aside — with ramifications for investors and the company's future

“Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead”: An insider look at the behind-the-scenes drama unfolding between Apollo's billionaire co-founders

A behind-the-scenes drama atop Apollo is shunting one of its billionaire co-founders aside — with ramifications for investors and the company's future. Read The Big Take ⬇️

“Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead”: An insider look at the behind-the-scenes drama unfolding between Apollo's billionaire co-founders by @swillmer  @HeatherPerlberg  @sridinats  via @business 

A behind-the-scenes drama atop Apollo is shunting one of its billionaire co-founders aside — with ramifications for investors and the company's future. Read The Big Take ⬇️

A Brawl Between Billionaire Founders at Apollo Sidelines One of Its Own

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EXCLUSIVE: A behind-the-scenes drama atop Apollo is shunting one of its billionaire co-founders aside — with ramifications for investors and the company's future. Read The Big Take:

“Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead”: An insider look at the behind-the-scenes drama unfolding between Apollo's billionaire co-founders

Leon Black, the Wall Street billionaire who was the main client of the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, is stepping down as chief executive of Apollo Global Management, several months ahead of schedule.

Billionaire Leon Black isn't leaving Apollo Global Management early because he got caught paying hundreds of millions of dollars to Jeffrey Epstein, but rather because "he has decided to leave now to focus on his family and his and his wife’s health."

Billionaire Leon Black will step down from private equity giant Apollo Global, the firm said today as it released the details of a board investigation into the financier's ties with human trafficker Jeffrey Epstein

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NEW: Apollo CEO/chairman/billionaire Leon Black paid Jeffrey Epstein $150 million over five years -- nearly three times as much as previously known. But he will remain chairman of the board. By @mattgoldtein26  and me

Billionaire Leon Black steps down from Apollo after investigation reveals he paid Epstein $148MILLION

Leon Black, billionaire co-founder of private equity group Apollo Global Management, has faced questions over his links to Jeffrey Epstein

Billionaire Apollo Chairman Leon Black will be subpoenaed by the U.S. Virgin Islands’ attorney general for information about business ties with Jeffrey Epstein, the New York Times reports

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