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Hedge funds still haven't made up for a torrid first quarter when most strategies suffered punitive losses during January and February.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn warns of market dangers and says he want to acquire additional shares of Herbalife, reports CNBC's Landon Dowdy.
CNBC's Gemma Acton reports on hedge funds and why they have significantly underperformed this year.
A Fed rate hike will cause near-term reallocations in the stock market but not long-term problems, Bill Miller said Tuesday.
A Trump presidency would see a more robust business climate, according to Icahn's view of the political world.
The 2016 election lacks substance and has started to look like a "food fight," Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman said.
The billionaire investor repeated his warnings about market dangers, saying there are problems regardless of whether the Fed raises rates.
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman said Tuesday that stocks look slightly overvalued as low interest rates give them a lift.
Wall Street traders and baseball players may have different uniforms, but they share the same competitive juices.
David Ganek said his lawsuit against prosecutors is about "transparency" and "accountability."
Troubles in the energy industry have presented opportunities for bond investors thirsting for yields.
Alibaba's Joseph Tsai says his company will not buy the remaining piece of Yahoo.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera discusses panel highlights from today's Delivering Alpha conference.
Donald Trump repeatedly assures voters of his business prowess, but a lot of investors are apparently reluctant to do business with him.
Alibaba's Joseph Tsai said he respects short-seller Jim Chanos because he has endured "pain" shorting the Chinese e-commerce giant's stock.
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