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What to know about Apollo's CEO Leon Black's financial ties to Jeffrey Epstein

Apollo Global Management CEO Leon Black paid child sex predator Jeffrey Epstein $158 million for financial advice from 2012 through 2017, despite knowing Epstein pleaded guilty to sexually abusing an underage girl in 2008, a probe by a law firm retained by Apollo found. Black will retire as CEO of Apollo by the end of July but will remain as its chairman. The investment firm also revealed that a probe of the company's and Black's ties to Epstein had found no wrongdoing.

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