September 26, 2005
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.
July 26, 2005
Hedge funds aren't just for the superrich
anymore. Nor, say investors in Sterling Watters, is fraud.
Start-up managers lucky or skillful enough to earn outsize returns early in life report to databases; unlucky start-ups fail in obscurity.
Hedge funds are a growing factor in Asian markets. Here are the sell-side analysts the funds rely on for money-making ideas.
Knight Foundation's Timothy Crowe and Atlantic Philanthropies' Albert Hsu team up to launch a fund of hedge funds for small endowments, philanthropies and pension plans.
Thirty-something hedge fund managers with stunning track records are not all alike.
Cantillon Capital's William von Mueffling uses quantitative techniques and a value measure emphasizing return on equity to limit risk and pick stocks around the world. His results suggest he's on to something.
London's Maurice Salem has pushed hedge fund financing to higher levels of sophistication and built a new business as a CDO manager as a result.
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
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