March 29, 2017
The onetime Harvard hotshot is having trouble holding on to clients.
The hedge fund manager’s proposal for the company to create two share classes was met with skepticism by a ratings agency.
March 28, 2017
Eddie Lampert’s portfolio of Sears and its many spin-offs continues to crumble.
The activist investor says the wing purveyor’s proposed changes don’t go far enough.
The 2017 All-Europe Hedge Fund Research Team ranking casts a spotlight on a group of best-of-breed analysts.
March 27, 2017
The long-short manager, which recently exited a high-profile short, has set its sights on TransDigm Group, a defense contractor that has enjoyed strong support from the Tiger crowd.
The British hedge fund firm won an injunction to stop the wire service from publishing a story that included details Brevan Howard deemed confidential.
March 24, 2017
Eric Mindich’s announcement that he is shutting down Eton Park is the latest example on a growing list of hedge funds that have either shuttered or suffered sizable redemptions in the past year. So what does that mean for the industry?
The troubled drug maker, a big holding of ValueAct Capital, gave hefty pay packages to top execs after a year when its stock tanked.
March 23, 2017
The once high-flying former Goldman Sachs partner has been suffering from bad performance and redemptions.
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