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The Eton Park founder, at one time the youngest Goldman partner ever, is the latest alumnus of the storied investment bank to face problems at a hedge fund business.
Inside Blackstone, the low-key executive who runs its private equity business – the largest in the world – is quietly being groomed to succeed the firm’s legendary founder.
...yet total capital has reached an all-time high, according to newly-released report.
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The company is a shining star in the business process outsourcing industry, says Vitaliy Katsenelson, CIO at Investment Management Associates.
In my previous column I explained why we are partial to pharmaceuticals, a sector politicians love to hate. Here’s how we’re playing our view.
Pharmaceuticals stocks have been in the crosshairs of politicians on both sides of the aisle. But the noise has created buying opportunities.
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China State-Owned Venture Investment Fund is seeking to raise the largest venture capital fund ever.
Words associated with weight, influence, authority, seriousness, or good judgment make hedge funds more appealing to investors, research finds.
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How Smurfit’s reinventing of the cardboard box and Intesa’s skillful maneuvering through two financial crises earned top honors in II’s All-Europe Executive Team rankings.
A revamped All-Europe Corporate Access ranking reveals Bank of America Merrill Lynch and UBS as big winners for 2017.
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David Rubenstein's Carlyle Group raised immense amounts of capital on the back of its famous board members. Then, the co-founder recounts, it made a lot of money for its investors.
No internet, no cell phone, just sporadic news of a stock market collapse: Texas Teachers’ Britt Harris reveals what is was like to be a 28-year old pension manager on October 19, 1987.
Kepos Capital's Mark Carhart recalls the fraught atmosphere of 1998, when the seemingly infallible Long Term Capital Management blew up spectacularly – and nearly took down global capital markets.
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