Cerberus Capital Management
- 1 Background
- 2 #Pizzagate findings
- 3 Relationship to #Pizzagate
- 4 See also
Cerberus Capital Management is a multi-billion dollar, limited-partnership, private investment firm with a specialization in "distressed" investing. It was founded in 1992 by Steve Feinberg and William L. Richter and its current also led by global investments chair, Dan Quayle, and chairman John W. Snow.
Cerberus Capital Management's assets and investments include:
- ABC, Inc.
- Albertsons/Safeway (grocers)
- 17% Avon International
- 80% Avon U.S.A.
- GE Money Bank
- GeoEye (Google Maps satellite)
- PaxVax (vaccine development)
- Renovalia Energy SA
- Trican Well Service (fracking)
More on founder and CEO Steven Feinberg
“We try to hide religiously,” he says. “If anyone at Cerberus has his picture in the paper and a picture of his apartment, we will do more than fire that person. We will kill him. The jail sentence will be worth it.”
More on founder William L. Richter
No wikipedia entry.
President of Richter Investment Corp which holds:
- Aryzta Us Holdings I Corp. (parent company for Aryzta food stuff)
- !SOLUTIONS! Group
- Atlantic Tele-Satellite, Inc.
- D Construction, Inc.
- Graham & Associates,Inc
- Chairman of Nexus Industries Inc from 1970-1982. Infant/toddler/childens clothing manufacturer
Owned Talecris during blood plasma scandal
In the latter part of 2009 alone, Cerberus-owned Talecris opened four new plasma-milking factories, plastering the Mexican side of the border with advertisements promising easy cash, and parking special plasma-farm buses on the American side of the border to haul their human cargo to those milking dens not within walking distance of the Rio Grande.
In the four years they owned Talecris, Cerberus Capital Management turned their initial $80 million USD investment into a $1.8 billion USD return using this methodology for procuring plasma donations. (archive.is) (Wiki backup)
Relationship to #Pizzagate
Connection to DynCorp