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CNBC's Kate Kelly takes a look at the top five picks of the Street's big players.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche provides a look at hedge funds reporting 13F filings, including Third Point's Dan Loeb, Appaloosa's David Tepper, and Omega's Leon Cooperman.
Max Gottschalk, CEO, Asia at Gottex, discusses the significance of the Shanghai-Hong Kong "through train" program.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports Chase Coleman's Tiger Global is focused on exposure to China's auto market.
The big money can't make up its mind about stalled haircut giant Regis.
Scared of the stock market? These are a few investments that won't make you even more of a coward than you are. USA Today reports.
Activist fund Jana Partners has taken a stake in quick service chain McDonald's.
Herbalife was unaware until just days ago that one of its directors was charged in 2008 fraud case in Brazil.
Hedge fund Third Point is considering launching a proxy contest at Dow Chemical after negotiations over board seats broke down on Thursday.
When the landmark Hong Kong-Shanghai equity link debuts on Monday, hedge funds are expected to plunge into mainland shares.
Lonestar Capital Management, a $1 billion hedge fund based in San Francisco, is shutting down, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Former SAC portfolio manager Mathew Martoma has been denied bail, and will serve 9 years in prison, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Bill Ackman partnered with another hedge fund to buy a 10 percent stake in animal health company Zoetis, Dow Jones reported.
Activist hedge fund Marcato is pushing for a merger at InterContinental Hotels, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
Last month's sharp rise in volatility did not work in hedge funds' favor, as the industry posted its sixth month of negative returns.
Marcato Capital Management has released a letter and presentation urging Intercontinental Hotels to merge with a competitor.
Sotheby’s battle with activist investor Dan Loeb resulted in a special charge of $20.1 million in the first nine months of 2014.
HSBC, a big hedge fund investor, has recently lost four senior people in its private banking unit responsible for picking them.
Swimming in cash: a year's compensation for a hedge fund manager is more than most will earn over the course of their lifetime.
To ensure compliance with the upcoming Volcker Rule, Goldman Sachs is getting rid of its hedge fund investments, reports the New York Times.
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