Posts Tagged “Hedge Fund”
by Staff Writer on November 30, 2012
Julian Barnett, who launched the Ridley Park Paragon fund, a long/short equity strategy, in May 2010, is closing his doors after returns fell below expectations in 2011
by Staff Writer on November 9, 2012
A hedge fund shareholder of SandRidge Energy Inc. has called for the oil and gas company to oust its CEO and consider putting itself up for sale
by Staff Writer on November 2, 2012
A new survey finds that assets managed by the world’s largest 500 fund managers declined in 2011.
by Staff Writer on October 10, 2012
The longtime publisher of the well-respected Levy Forecast economic newsletter passed away last week.
by Staff Writer on October 8, 2012
Winton Capital Management LLC, the $28 billion hedge fund founded by David Harding, earned 351 million pounds ($564 million) of fees last year after its assets under management surged 65 percent.
by Staff Writer on May 3, 2012
Special Report: Inside Chesapeake, CEO, David Einhorn Uses Mr. Burns to Explain How The Fed’s Interest Rate Policy Is Good For The Super Wealthy, Phil Falcone Asked to Diminish Role in LightSquared
by Staff Writer on April 12, 2012
After the U.S. government snatched Fannie Mae from the brink of collapse in 2008 and forced out its chief executive officer, Daniel H. Mudd, he headed for the river.