James Simons

From the largest to the smallest political contributors, hedge fund managers are split pretty evenly along party lines.
The top 25 hedge fund managers on this year’s Alpha Rich List made a combined $12.94 billion in 2015. Editor Michael Peltz discusses the ranking on CNBC’s Squawk Box.
Citadel’s Kenneth Griffin tops the list for the second straight year, though he shares the No. 1 spot with Renaissance Technologies founder James Simons in our annual ranking of the world’s highest-earning hedge fund managers.
The quantitative firm rolled out a new diversified equity strategy this month.
The famed quant shop is discussing a possible new fund with investors at the same time it’s winding down a futures fund.
Hedge fund firms have been underwhelmed despite hot stocks like Palo Alto Networks and Fortinet.
Citadel founder Kenneth Griffin tops the Rich List in his 13th appearance on our ranking of the world’s top earning hedge fund managers, unseating Appaloosa’s David Tepper.
The hedge fund firm’s RIEF fund is back to beating its benchmark this year, while two other funds are also faring well.