CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on Third Point's new position in BlackRock and reiterates the firm's position in Chinese internet company Alibaba. » Read More
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Third Point is still bullish on global growth, but Trump administration's promise of increased fiscal spending and tax reform has yet to play out. » Read More
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Steve Cohen, founder of now-defunct SAC Capital Advisors, is launching a new hedge fund next year, Institutional Investor reports. » Read More
Daniel Loeb's hedge fund firm says it generated return with good stock picking in an unpredictable environment.
Marc Levine, chairman of Illinois State Board of Investment, discusses why he divested out of all hedge funds after becoming chair of the Illinois State Board.
Martin Shkreli is accused of defrauding a group of investors in his hedge funds.
The activist investor picked up stakes in several companies in recent months.
Sasha Jensen, Context Jensen Partners, discusses job opportunities in the hedge fund industry after a record six consecutive quarters of investor outflows.
After months of fits and starts, the former hedge fund and investment conference chief lands a role in Trump's inner circle.
Investors are beginning to doubt the highest-rated properties will escape online disruption, Financial Times reports.
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on why inflows into hedge funds are growing.
The rule changed a decade ago with a long lead time for managers to pay taxes on money accumulated before.
On Wednesday, Jana Partners said it was exiting its position of 26 million shares, or about an 8.2 percent stake in the grocery chain.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman sent his first tweet from a Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant in the midst of the chain's latest food safety scare.
Discretionary strategies generated 5.99% returns while computer strategies gained 3.17 percent in the first half of this year.
The hedge fund billionaire said he is eating his own cooking.
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports hedge funds posted positive returns in the first six months of 2017 where much of the gains were found in traditional, discretionary funds.
NRG Energy and activist investor Paul Singer aim to do what has confounded other big investors: create a power generation business that works.
Jim Cramer gave his take on how shareholders should play the proxy battle occurring between Procter & Gamble and Nelson Peltz.
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