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"Investors have lost all confidence" in Yahoo's management, activist investor Jeffrey Smith says.
The billionaire investor's Pershing Square hedge fund finished off the year with a significant loss.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports early year-end results from some of the most noted hedge funds are likely to strike a sour note with some investors.
CNBC's Kate Kelly and Bob Pisani weigh in on whether poor performance from hedge funds will renew pressure to change the two-and-twenty fee structure.
CNBC's Mike Santoli highlights how poorly some hedge funds performed in 2015.
CNBC's Kate Kelly discusses likely trends among hedge fund managers in 2016.
Why do investors — including many public pension funds — remain willing to pour their cash into such a lagging investment class?
CNBC's Kate Kelly takes a look at three things to watch out for in hedge funds next year.
Trump accuses hedge funds of "Getting away with murder"
Regulators said they would move forward with a civil case against the hedge fund billionaire after prosecutors dropped insider trading charges.
Jim McCaughan, CEO, Principal Global Investors, says most hedge funds before the financial crisis did well in spite of themselves.
CNBC got a look at the rare collection of flora, fauna, exotic animals in a billionaire's garden, which includes real black swans.
Howard Marks, chairman of Oaktree Capital, shared his market views and investment strategies with CNBC on Friday.
Legendary short seller, founder of Kynikos Associates, shared his market views and ideas with CNBC on Thursday.
Hedge fund managers faced a tricky question this holiday season: how to thank employees but not offend disappointed clients.
Qualcomm won't separate its chipmaking and technology licensing businesses, concluding a six-month strategic review pushed by Jana Partners.
Embattled investment firm Third Avenue Management has ditched CEO David Barse, the company confirmed on Monday.
Third Avenue has ditched CEO David Barse, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, amid turmoil stemming from bad junk bond bets.
Einhorn has been skeptical of the stock for years and took a bearish, or short, position on Keurig shares at an average cost of $102.
Sovereign wealth funds in the Gulf have been pulling money out of asset managers at the fastest rate on record, the Financial Times reports.