November 14, 2005
Drake Management co-founders Anthony Faillace and Steven Luttrell are trying to turn bond investing on its head by using hedge funds to break into the traditional asset management business.
September 29, 2005
The computers that are compressing returns for quantitative styles are what made them possible in the first place.
The story of Bayou Management, as told by federal investigators, reads like an Oliver Stone screenplay.
Barclays Global Investors promises to rack up big returns for its institutional clients by offering passive index products alongside hedge funds. Now comes the mheavy lifting.
Leon Abudaram is building the infrastructure to help realize Citigroup's ambitious vision for its alternative investments unit.
The near-collapse in September 1998 of Long-Term Capital Management provoked serious debate in Washington and on Wall Street about the need for hedge fund regulation.
The noted businessman and philanthropist is trying to promote the arts, improve schools and cure disease. He's counting on an unusual source of capital to help bankroll his plans -- a $1 billion investment in hedge funds.
With $1 trillion in assets and growing, hedge funds are the clients of choice for the accountants, administrators, lawyers and prime brokers scrambling to serve them. We tell you which firms are winning the race in our first-ever ranking of the top service providers.
Activist investor Barry Rosenstein got his start working for one of the most feared corporate raiders in the 1980s. Now he tells how his hedge fund firm, Jana Partners, is teaming up with Carl Icahn to take on Time Warner.
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
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