Jan Alexander • December 10, 2013
The head of San Francisco–based hedge fund firm Passport Capital has figured out how to turn risk management into an alpha strategy.
Daniel Nadler • December 02, 2013
The increasingly popular — and pricey — virtual currency goes mainstream.
Daniel Nadler • November 26, 2013
Analysts and investors could soon have access to real-time data on consumer shopping 24/7, thanks to new digital technologies and in-store analytics.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • November 25, 2013
In a period when the U.S. equity market is reaching new highs almost daily, chipmaker Qualcomm is a compelling value and growth story.
Frances Denmark • November 14, 2013
Sophisticated midsize U.S. colleges are adopting endowment strategies based on the model pioneered by Yale CIO David Swensen.
Imogen Rose-Smith • November 07, 2013
For the New York–based hedge fund firm, principles-based investments make sound business sense.
Michael Peltz • November 03, 2013
The longtime editor of Institutional Investor shaped the magazine into what it is today. His influence on journalism was profound.
Simon Meads • November 02, 2013
Investors may not be prepared to buy private equity software products that help them perform tasks such as identifying top managers.
The Staff • November 01, 2013
Activist investor Carl Icahn bites Apple, actor Chris Noth plays equity trader and tycoon Guo Guangchang buys a Manhattan landmark.
Julie Segal • October 31, 2013
The recent departure of TCW chief risk officer Joseph Burschinger follows the firm’s legal battle with star bond manager Jeffrey Gundlach.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • October 28, 2013
Shares of the U.K.’s largest grocer are a compelling value for equity investors looking for growth and a nice dividend.
Jonathan Kandell • October 28, 2013
CEO Gref is turning the savings giant into a universal bank with European ambitions. Shareholders would like to curb his appetite.
David Turner • October 24, 2013
Companies providing technology to Europe’s green energy sector are cutting overhead and seeing their share prices rebounding.
Nick Rockel • October 24, 2013
Popular with investors like billionaires Richard Branson and Elon Musk, space ventures will become more affordable as entrepreneurs find cheaper solutions.
Jonathan Kandell • October 21, 2013
Companies are shedding capital-intensive business lines and using technology to sharpen their underwriting performance.
Robert Stowe England • October 18, 2013
Hayman Capital is one of several hedge fund firms taking a chance on J.C. Penney, despite the flagging retailer’s recent woes.
Nicholas Stone • October 17, 2013
Panda Power Funds has raised $3 billion for several gas-fired power plants that it hopes will profit by helping U.S. states meet energy shortfalls.
The Staff • October 04, 2013
Billionaires Jeff Bezos, Larry Ellison and Wang Jianlin are among seven people in finance who've been busy of late.
David Rothnie • September 30, 2013
The managing director at investment bank Moelis & Co. advised U.S. marketing services giant Omnicom on the biggest advertising merger in history.
S.L. Mintz • September 25, 2013
Activist investor Carl Icahn wants Apple to launch a big share repurchase program, but as our Buyback Scorecard shows, the decision is more complex than it may seem.
New analysts who are already gaining notice in our Rising Stars of Wall Street Research.
America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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