Glenview Capital Management

Larry Robbins, founder of hedge fund Glenview Capital Management, is known for making sports metaphors — over the years, he has compared the U.S. equity market to bowling, football and baseball. Above all, Robbins is a born-and-raised hockey fanatic. He has played the sport since he was five years old, named his long-short equity hedge fund firm for the Illinois town where he played hockey growing up and even built an indoor hockey rink on his New Jersey estate in 2012 for a reported $10 million, including locker rooms and rink-side seating. Robbins, clearly wealthy already after nearly 15 years in business as a hedge fund manager, had a huge payday...

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