March 15, 2004
The General Motors pension plan is doubling its allocation to hedge funds, making a bold $2.5 billion bet on the asset class. Money is already on the move.
February 27, 2004
First Peter Thiel encouraged Americans to make online payments. Now he wants them to read -- about fast cars.
Betting Big on Martha ? Izzy's Indie Research ? AmEx: Charge ? McLean's Hedge ? Transparency the Dalton Way ? Paamco's London Adventure
Lawmakers want to bar portfolio managers from running both a hedge fund and a mutual fund. Mutual fund investors could be the ones who suffer most.
Researchers with strong long-term convictions -- and lots of short-term trading ideas -- win the most plaudits.
Hedge funds that value their own positions without third-party supervision face a significant conflict of interest.
Société Générale's hedge fund, structured products and ETFs unit doesn't manage money, but executives say it's the future of money management. It's a claim that can no longer be ignored.
Microcap manager Warren Lichtenstein of Steel Partners II gets tough with recalcitrant CEOs. His hyperactivism can pay big.
WHEN IT COMES TO INVESTING, General Motors Corp. has long been a pacesetter.
Our first ranking of Europe's biggest single-manager hedge fund families shows assets concentrated among a few large players.
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
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