Investors cashed out of some firms after years of frustration while pouring more into others, leaving the Hedge Fund 100 firms managing slightly less than they did last year.
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Why hedge fund managers can’t give away a house in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Under the patina of Hollywood glamour, credit managers at Milken show their serious sides.
We’ve courted controversy with each edition of our ranking of the highest-paid managers. Here’s why we do it.
Global-oriented long-short equity firm Light Street Capital Management is one of the top-performing hedge funds this year.
Several shorts in the bubble basket more than compensate for some strong gains among the longs.
This is the firm’s second effort in six months to capitalize on Asian economic issues.
The firm’s Wellington fund rebounded sharply from a sizable loss in the first quarter.
The hedge fund headed by Paul Singer just finished its best year since 2012.
The gospel according to the originator of the Yale model extends to a new generation of nonprofit CIOs. Among them are Yatin Patel and Michael Buchman, co-CIOs of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
Hetherington head of public markets for University of North Carolina's endowment argues that active management is far from over.
The Illinois State Board of Investment has radically tilted its portfolio in the name of investment excellence and slashing costs -- and few hedge funds survived the cull.
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Renaissance Technologies founder James Simons tops our 16th annual ranking of the world’s highest-earning hedge fund managers.
Hedge funds favor sell-side analysts who aren't afraid to buck conventional wisdom.
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