Imogen Rose-Smith • March 09, 2014
The single largest shareholder in the auction house, Dan Loeb’s hedge fund firm is pressing for changes that will boost profits.
Ashby Monk • March 07, 2014
Here are the top stories from the past week down on the Ave of Giants.
Ashby Monk • March 05, 2014
As banks continue to deleverage, direct lending by Giants offers one of the best ways to fill the credit gap.
Andrew Barber • March 03, 2014
With turmoil in emerging markets, wealthy families again seek low-risk havens to invest their assets. Welcome to America.
Ashby Monk • February 28, 2014
Here are the top stories from the past week down on the Ave of Giants. (Pictured: the late Joseph Dear, former CIO of Calpers)
Joel Kranc • February 24, 2014
Canada’s largest province acts locally and thinks nationally while debating defined contribution vs. defined benefit plans.
Ashby Monk • February 22, 2014
Here are some of the big stories from the past few weeks on the Ave of Giants.
Craig Mellow • February 22, 2014
Some of Russia’s richest businessmen have sunk billions in rubles borrowed from state banks into Olympics-related projects already running in the red.
Sarfraz Thind • February 20, 2014
Funds of oil-producing states have been forced to reexamine their portfolios. Among them: Yngve Slyngstad's oil fund in Norway.
Andrew Barber • February 19, 2014
For wealthy Americans and the firms that manage their money, this tax season offers plenty of potential headaches.
Frances Denmark • February 18, 2014
The Notre Dame endowment CIO has achieved a winning record overseeing the Catholic university’s $8.4 billion investment portfolio.
Joel Kranc • February 13, 2014
Funds offer transparency, lower fees, upside growth and liquidity. Is this the start of a $2 trillion product?
Frances Denmark • February 13, 2014
Department of Labor regulations stipulate that fees on 401(k) plans be “reasonable,” but sponsors still report various high, hidden costs.
Craig Mellow • February 11, 2014
Ukraine’s sovereign bond yield is in a balancing act with the travails of the country’s government.
Andrew Barber • February 10, 2014
Recent sharp sell-off has many RIAs and family offices developing new EM strategies across asset classes.
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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