In a tough year for hedge funds, some firms — especially those managing computer-driven funds — managed to grow their assets substantially.
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The manager has fared better than most of his peers, but he remains cautious on the markets.
The activist firm is the latest to use a technique allowing managers to quietly build big stakes without telegraphing their intentions.
The firm’s flagship fund, which posted big losses in 2015, produced gains for the first two months of the year but stalled out last month.
Just don’t call it a succession plan, says a person with knowledge of the firm.
Larry Robbins’s funds are struggling, but investors familiar with the firm’s track record are looking to allocate more.
Barry Rosenstein’s firm is hoping to stem a tide of losses that started last year.
The firm’s year-on-year asset decline is only partly explained by performance, suggesting the firm has suffered big redemptions.
Jeffrey Smith’s firm returns seeking two more board members for the human resources services company. Is the activist a boon or a distraction?
As a lawsuit against Boaz Weinstein’s firm illustrates, valuation issues can be tricky to navigate — for both hedge funds and their investors.
Haydon talks about how his London-based firm has tackled the toughest challenges facing fund-of-funds managers — and how he has learned to spot which hedge funds are lousy at risk management.
The CEO and CIO of Protégé Partners talks about backing emerging managers and why he's not giving up on his famous bet with Warren Buffett.
The director of private investments for the school's endowment fund discusses the ways in which hedge funds and private equity are converging.
Beschloss says despite the recent carnage, emerging markets are still an attractive investment.
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Performance isn’t the only factor that determines how well a firm fares in the eyes of its investors — but it’s by far the most important.
The annual hedge fund cut of Institutional Investor's All-America Research Team shows that when it comes to sell-side analysts, hedge funds prefer those who aren't afraid to go out into the field.
Analysts’ insights into both short- and long-term plays are especially welcome, investors say.
Though computer-driven strategies are faltering this year, they pushed European managers to big gains in 2014.
China’s sharp correction can’t stop the surging growth of hedge funds in the region.
The Barington Capital Group partner works with the Young Women’s Leadership Network to help disadvantaged young women earn college degrees.
The quantitative manager and the charity organization are working together to tackle New York's poverty problem.
The hedge fund manager says the Post-9/11 GI Bill doesn’t cover costs completely; he and his wife are hoping to fill the gap.
The founder of Spencer Capital and co-founder of Crutches 4 Kids explains how his organization gets mobility devices to needy children.
The ValueAct Capital founder works with the Posse Foundation to help at-risk students succeed.
Should Och-Ziff be forced to plead guilty to criminal bribery charges?
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