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Mr. Robert A. Levinson

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Member of the Advisory Board

Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  New York , United States
The Harlem School of the Arts
645 St. Nicholas Avenue
New York , New York 10030
United States

Company Description: HSA offers access to artists and provides a venue for future collaboration. The Artist-in-Residence Program further provides an opportunity for HSA's constituency...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • A.B. degree
    Dartmouth
  • MBA
    Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
199 Total References
Web References
Board of Directors | Harlem School of the Arts
hsanyc.org, 12 Dec 2015 [cached]
Robert Levinson
Because Carlyle will be treated ...
www.sec.gov, 9 Dec 2002 [cached]
Because Carlyle will be treated as the acquirer for accounting purposes, upon the consummation of the merger Carlyle will assume approximately $4.935 million of Levcor's debt consisting of accounts payable and accrued expenses of $1.158 million, long-term debt of $3 million and a loan payable to Robert A. Levinson, a stockholder, officer and director of Levcor, in the amount of approximately $777,000 (notwithstanding the fact that as a legal matter, Carlyle is merging into Levcor and, upon the consummation of the merger Levcor will assume approximately $18.3 million of Carlyle's revolving credit and long-term debt and an obligation commencing June 15, 2007 to redeem the Carlyle Series B preferred stock, which approximated $4.6 million at September 30, 2002).
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Robert A. Levinson Chairman of the Board of Directors, President and Chief
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Robert A. Levinson Chairman of the Board of Directors, President,
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Robert A. Levinson(1) (2) 35.3% 462 Seventh Ave
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(1) Includes: (i) 498,693 shares of common stock held of record by Mr. Levinson; (ii) 419,746 shares of common stock held by Swenvest Corporation, as to which Mr. Levinson has sole voting and investment power; (iii) 15,000 shares of common stock held by three trusts for the benefit of Mr. Levinson's children, as to all of which trusts Mr. Levinson serves as co-trustee; and (iv) 105,200 shares of common stock which Mr. Levinson could acquire on or within 60 days after November 21, 2002 upon the exercise of stock options. (2) Includes 4,479,485 shares of preferred stock held by Swenvest Corporation, as to which Mr. Levinson has sole voting and investment power.
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Robert A. Levinson serves as the Chairman of the board of directors, President, Secretary and Principal Financial Officer of Levcor while also serving as the Chairman of the board of directors, President and Chief Executive Officer of Carlyle.
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Mr. Levinson is a significant holder of Carlyle's Series B preferred stock, owning approximately 98.3% of the outstanding Carlyle Series B preferred.Furthermore, Mr. Levinson is entitled to exercise approximately 29.9% of the voting power of the Levcor common and approximately 38.7% of the voting power of the Carlyle capital stock entitled to vote at the respective meetings. Robert Levinson will continue to be an executive officer of Levcor after the merger, serving as both President and Chief Executive Officer.
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Levinson and Cooke to purchase an aggregate of 478,000 shares of Carlyle common stock at a weighted average price of $.55 per share, to vest.
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Levinson and Cooke will hold options to purchase an aggregate of 95,600 shares of Levcor common stock at a weighted average price of $2.75 per share.
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Pursuant to the terms of Mr. Levinson's employment agreement with Carlyle, in the event of a change in control of Carlyle, Mr. Levinson would be entitled to a lump sum severance payment generally equal to 2.99 times his average annual compensation for the five calendar years preceding the calendar year during which a change in control occurred or for such shorter period during which he was employed.Mr. Levinson has agreed to waive such provision.
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462 Seventh Avenue 1 Palmer Terrace New York, New York 10018 Carlstadt, New Jersey 07072 Attention: Robert A. Levinson, Attention: Edward F. Cooke, President Chief Financial Officer and (212) 354-8500 Vice President
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o Robert A. Levinson serves as the Chairman of the board of directors, President, Secretary and Principal Financial Officer of Levcor while also serving as the Chairman of the board of directors, President and Chief Executive Officer of Carlyle.
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As of the record date, Mr. Levinson beneficially owned 749,175 shares of Levcor common stock, which represents approximately 31.4% of Levcor's outstanding common stock.This 31.4% consists of 699,175 shares of Levcor common stock and 50,000 currently exercisable options to purchase shares of Levcor common stock pursuant to Levcor's Stock Option Plan.As of the record date, Mr. Levinson beneficially owned 2,878,423 shares of Carlyle common stock, which represents approximately 20.4% of Carlyle's outstanding common stock, and 4,479,485 shares of Carlyle Series B preferred stock, which represents approximately 98.3% of Carlyle's outstanding Series B preferred stock.
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Such persons include the three current directors of Levcor, Robert A. Levinson, Edward H. Cohen and John McConnaughy, as well as three current Carlyle directors, Joseph S. DiMartino, Giandomenico Picco and Edward F. Cooke.
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o If the merger is consummated, Robert A. Levinson will continue to be an executive officer of Levcor after the merger serving as President and Chief Executive Officer and Edward F. Cooke, who is currently the Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Carlyle, will become Levcor's Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Secretary.
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o If the merger is completed, all unvested Carlyle stock options held by Carlyle's current directors Robert A. Levinson, Joseph S. DiMartino, Edward F. Cooke and
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o Mr. Levinson and Mr. Cooke have employment agreements that provide for the receipt of benefits and payments upon involuntary termination or termination of employment for permitted reasons.
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Robert A. Levinson has agreed to continue to personally support its cash requirements to enable Levcor to meet its current obligations through January 2, 2004.
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There can be no assurance that Mr. Levinson will continue to personally support Levcor's cash requirements, or that these measures will otherwise continue to be successful. The Textile Conversion Business Is Extremely Competitive. In the event we are unable to continue to be competitive in our product offerings and services, our business, results of operations and financial condition may suffer.Within the domestic textile converting business, competition is based on price, uniqueness in styling of fabrics and the ability to quickly respond to customers' orders.However, we cannot assure you that our domestic or foreign competitors will not be able to offer services that are more attractive to our customers or potential customers than what we are able to provide.
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Levcor depends on the continued services of its key personnel particularly its employees comprising its marketing and sales department as well as Robert A. Levinson.
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In late 2001, the potential business and synergistic benefits from a business combination of Carlyle and Levcor became apparent to Robert Levinson, Chairman and President of Levcor and Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Carlyle.
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In early December 2001, Mr. Levinson had preliminary discussions with Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin whereby Mr. Levinson described in general terms a transaction that would result in the merger of Carlyle and Levcor.
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Mr. Levinson contacted Houlihan Lokey because of Houlihan's previous experience representing Carlyle in prior transactions. During the next few months, until the time Carlyle officialy executed an engagement letter whereby Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin would serve as financial advisors to Carlyle, Mr. Levinson had several discussions with Houlihan Lokey regarding the terms of a possible engagement whereby Houlihan Lokey would give a dual opinion to the stockholders of both companies, as well as the impact of potential operating synergies between Carlyle and Levcor including the value Levcor's net operating losses.
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Mr. Levinson also advised the Board that Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin had discussed with him the issuance of a fairness opinion including the necessary valuations for a fee of $75,000.A decision was made by the board to continue to proceed exploring the benefits and the structure of the proposed transaction. On February 12, 2002, Mr. Levinson on behalf of Levcor, met with representatives of Katten Muchin Zavis Rosenman, Levcor's legal counsel, to discuss the relative values of the companies and the potential tax benefits of the merger that could be achieved by structuring the transaction in a way to preserve the net operating loss of Levcor and allow the surviving company to offset its taxable income.
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The board also discussed what steps should be taken in light of the fact that Mr. Levinson is a stockholder, officer and director of both Carlyle and Levcor and whether or not a special committee should be formed comprised of the board's independent members.
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At this meeting, the independent members of the board, Joseph S. DiMartino, Giandomenico Picco and Ralph Langer requested that Mr. Levinson, as result of his interests as a stockholder, officer and director of Levcor, excuse himself from the meeting so the remaining members of the board could freely discuss Levcor's proposed acquisition of Carlyle by Levcor and any steps that should be taken to preserve the board's duties of loyalty and care.
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uschinaarts.org - Board of Directors
www.uschinaarts.org, 18 Nov 2015 [cached]
Robert A. Levinson
Mr. Levinson is President and CEO of Carlyle Industries, Inc., a publicly-owned manufacturer of threads, buttons, crafts, and gifts. He currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of the National Committee on United States-China Relations. Levinson is also on the Board of Overseers of the Hood Museum and Hopkins Performing Arts Center at Dartmouth, and a member of the New York-Beijing Sister City Advisory Committee. He is a board member at the New School's World Policy Institute and at the National Academy of Design Museum and School. Levinson formerly served as a Chairman of The National Dance Institute, Chairman Emeritus and board member of The Harlem School of the Art, and as a board member of the Brooklyn Museum from 1968 to 1994, serving as Chairman from 1972 to 1984.
Robert Levinson, a former ...
www.kstatecollegian.com, 11 Oct 2015 [cached]
Robert Levinson, a former FBI agent, disappeared in Iran in 2007, but his whereabouts are unclear.
2013 November » GE Investigations Blog
geinvestigations.com, 1 Nov 2013 [cached]
This undated handout photo provided by the family of Robert Levinson, shows retired-FBI agent Robert Levinson, 64, dressed as a Guantanamo Bay detainee.
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This undated handout photo provided by the family of Robert Levinson, shows retired-FBI agent Robert Levinson, 64, dressed as a Guantanamo Bay detainee.
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This undated handout photo provided by the family of Robert Levinson, shows retired-FBI agent Robert Levinson, 64, dressed as a Guantanamo Bay detainee.
A retired FBI agent has become the longest-held American hostage in history, more than six years after he was kidnapped in Iran.
Robert Levinson, 65, has now been held for exactly 2,455 days - one day more than US journalist Terry Anderson who was released by his Iran-backed Hezbollah captors in 1991, according to the FBI.
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Levinson, wholeft the bureau in 1998, was working as a private investigator looking into cigarette smuggling on the Iranian island of Kish - a hotbed for organised crime - when he vanished in 2007.
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Longest-serving hostage: Levinson has now been held for exactly 2,455 days - one day more than US journalist Terry Anderson (pictured) who was released by his Iran-backed Hezbollah captors in 1991
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The photographs were released by the family to renew public interest in the case and come two years after a hostage video and photographs of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson raised the possibility that the missing American was being held by terrorists.
Levinson, a Private Investigator, disappeared in 2007 on the Iranian island of Kish.
The Iranian government has repeatedly denied knowing anything about his disappearance, and the disturbing video and photos that Levinson's family received in late 2010 and early 2011 seemed to give credence to the idea.
Retired FBI agent Robert Levinson (pictured far left) with his family in Coral Springs, Florida
Retired FBI agent Robert Levinson (pictured far left) with his family in Coral Springs, Florida
The extraordinary photos - showing Levinson's hair wild and gray, his beard long and unkempt - are being seen for the first time publicly after the family provided copies to the AP. The video has been previously released.
In response to Iran's repeated denials, and amid secret conversations with Iran's government, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a statement in March 2011 that Levinson was being held somewhere in South Asia.
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The implication was that Levinson might be in the hands of terrorist group or criminal organization somewhere in Pakistan or Afghanistan.
The statement was a goodwill gesture to Iran, one that the U.S. hoped would prod Tehran to help bring him home.
But nothing happened.
A progression of images released by the FBI which shows the aging and hair growth of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson from before his kidnap in 2007 (1st left) to the first image released of him in 2009 to a more recent CGI 2011 image of the hostage
A progression of images released by the FBI which shows the aging and hair growth of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson from before his kidnap in 2007 (1st left) to the first image released of him in 2009 to a more recent CGI 2011 image of the hostage
Levinson retired from the FBI in 1998 and became a private investigator. He was investigating cigarette smuggling in early 2007, and his family has said that took him to the Iranian island of Kish, where he was last seen
Levinson retired from the FBI in 1998 and became a private investigator. He was investigating cigarette smuggling in early 2007, and his family has said that took him to the Iranian island of Kish, where he was last seen
Two years later, with the investigation stalled, the consensus now among some U.S. officials involved in the case is that despite years of denials, Iran's intelligence service was almost certainly behind the 54-second video and five photographs of Levinson that were emailed anonymously to his family.
The level of expertise used to send those items was too good, indicating professional spies were behind them, the officials said, speaking on the condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to talk publicly.
While everything dealing with Iran is murky, their conclusion is based on the U.S. government's best intelligence analysis.
The photos, for example, portray Levinson in an orange jumpsuit like those worn by detainees at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay. The family received them via email in April 2011. In each photo, he held a sign bearing a different message.
P.I. & Retired FBI agent Robert Levinson with three of his daughters in Coral Springs in Florida before his disappearance
P.I. & Retired FBI agent Robert Levinson with three of his daughters in Coral Springs in Florida before his disappearance
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Robert Levinson with one of his grandchildren before his disappearance in 2007 on an Iranian resort island investigating cigarette smuggling
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Robert Levinson with one of his grandchildren before his disappearance in 2007 on an Iranian resort island investigating cigarette smuggling
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Though U.S. diplomats and the FBI have tried behind the scenes to find Levinson, of Coral Springs, Florida, and bring him home, both presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama have said little about his case and have applied little public pressure on Iran for more information about Levinson's whereabouts.
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Though U.S. diplomats and the FBI have tried behind the scenes to find Levinson, of Coral Springs, Florida, and bring him home, both presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama have said little about his case and have applied little public pressure on Iran for more information about Levinson's whereabouts.
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