June 01, 2003
Big money. Hush-hush secrecy.
Not for years has a law firm played such a pivotal role in nurturing and expanding a Wall Street business as Schulte Roth & Zabel is doing for hedge funds.
He got CalPERS to venture into hedge funds. Now Bob Boldt wants the University of Texas to go whole hog into them.
Hedge fund management has turned into the career choice of the new millennium for portfolio managers, analysts and traders.
Appaloosa's on the Run Again; Attention Kmart Shareholders; Andrew Lo's Bright Idea; Sound Off: Lanny Davis and Carlo Cannell on Short-Selling; and much more
Top hedge fund managers did spectacularly despite trying circumstances. How does $600 million for the year sound?
Ken Tropin spent 15 years building hedge fund businesses for other people before striking out on his own. His track record suggests he was always meant to run his own company.
New SEC chairman Bill Donaldson is accelerating the agency's investigation of hedge funds, making tighter regulation all but certain. How far will he go?
Institutional money is swelling the coffers of the world's largest hedge fund managers.
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
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