Josh Kosman

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The Fertitta brothers always win — even when their investors lose. Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta, who also own the Ultimate Fighting Championship...

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Wall Street investor and Hollywood producer Steven Mnuchin, Donald Trump’s choice for treasury secretary, is likely to find his Senate confirmati...

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Restructuring iHeartMedia’s $21 billion in debt isn’t getting any easier for Chief Executive Bob Pittman. A senior lender to the country’s largest ...

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PETA thinks SeaWorld is all wet. The animal rights organization is weighing legal action against the operator after the SeaWorld chief executive ...

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David Tepper is the favorite to win an $11 billion lawsuit against Caesars Entertainment. That’s according to the mediator trying to hammer out a...

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Billionaire Carl Icahn, who last year may need to focus on fixing his own publicly listed company. Standard & Poor’s warned Friday that the activ...

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The revelation this week that Carl Icahn has been helping Donald Trump choose cabinet nominees might help explain why JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon ...

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Bally’s Atlantic City was alerted in September that the water in a suite contained unhealthy levels of lead — but didn’t alert guests or close...

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Staples on Friday told a federal judge it was open to freezing prices for three years to win regulatory approval for its $6. 3 billion takeover of ...

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A China syndrome has cropped up among the Trump administration’s potential conflicts of interest. Donald Trump on Wednesday — but the Chines...

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Radio giant iHeartMedia’s latest debt maneuver is fanning the flames of a dispute with activist investor Mario Gabelli. iHeart, led by Chief Execut...

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No Fortune 500 chief executive could more be looking forward to Donald Trump getting sworn in as president than John Morikis. The boss at has ...

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Donald Trump in Detroit, blaming NAFTA for the area’s lost auto jobs, while he chose Steve Feinberg — who had laid off thousands of autoworker...

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Airlines aren’t the only companies feeling the heat for socking their customers with hidden fees. Moving companies, too, are being accused of paddi...

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David Bonderman, a giant of the private equity sector, has completed a move to a less active role at his TPG Capital, sources tell The Post. Bonder...

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IHeartMedia won a reprieve in a Texas court on Wednesday, giving it more time to convince dissident creditors and a judge that it was allowed to sh...

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The country’s No. 1 radio station owner dialed up another headache on Tuesday. Senior lenders claimed that iHeartMedia tripped some loan covenant...

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The nation’s largest youth football program, Pop Warner, has settled its first and only lawsuit that was brought by the mother of a former player...

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Caesars Entertainment’s owners may end up b but they will still have made hundreds of millions on the deal. Top managers at Leon Black’s Apollo ...

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Josh Kosman

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