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Iconic hedge fund billionaire Seth Klarman explains why traditional business models are broken and outlines how companies can fix them
Baupost CEO Seth Klarman said that the traditional notion of shareholder value maximization is not sustainable for a healthy economy.
A hedge fund run by one of the world’s most famous oil traders is the latest major victim of surging market volatility
Pierre Andurand, the fund's manager, is an oil market veteran who made his name during the financial crisis with bets against oil.
Investing titans Fidelity, Janus Henderson, and JPMorgan loaded up on Apple stock — then it tanked 15%
Hedge fund Goliaths made some major wrong-way bullish bets on Apple, just before the stock crashed 15%.
Hedge funds and venture capital firms has helped the number of cryptocurreny funds gain 10 percent this year to 220, Morgan Stanley estimates.
90 crypto hedge funds launched globally since the beginning of 2018, and the total is on pace to reach 120 by the end of the year, according to a new report from Crypto Fund Research, a provider of analysis on crypto investment funds.
Sirius XM’s $3.5 billion Pandora deal could be a windfall for George Soros and his big bet on streaming music
Even at the highest price of the quarter — $7.64 per share — Monday’s price represents at least a 32% premium over the price Soros' could have entered his position, provided he still holds the stock.
‘It’s a late-innings game:’ Hedge fund billionaire David Tepper says he’s dumped some stocks, and warns of a bear market if Tr...
David Tepper, the co-founder of Appaloosa Management, said Thursday that he had reduced his holdings of US stocks. He told CNBC that stocks could drop between 5% and 20% if the trade war worsens.
WalletHub analyzes what hedge funds are buying and selling in order to help other investors replicate their success.
The hedge fund has cut down on the floor plate of its London head office, axing space used as a gym, kitchen, meeting areas, and reception. Staffing numbers are understood to be unaffected.
Federal marijuana prohibition has opened a short window of opportunity for investors willing to stomach the risk
Marijuana is one of the fastest-growing industries in the US, and it's also federally illegal. A number of funds are looking to capitalize on federal prohibition before the big players start writing checks.