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20 June 2011 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

Public markets like steady management fees but give buyout firms scant credit for their investing profits. Carlyle’s boast of returning $14 bln to investors hints at an effort to change that. The unique fund model of David Rubenstein’s firm is its best hope to make a tough case.

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