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Big money managers have a warning for investors using unconstrained bond funds, liquid alternatives and other innovative products.
Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn have a friend in Ken Griffin.
The financial community—including Steve Schwarzman, Ken Griffin and Steve Cohen—will once again figure prominently at Milken.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio would like to discuss "secular stagnation" over a beer with Ben Bernanke and Larry Summers.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau, takes a look at the road ahead for the automaker.
Former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine is reportedly thinking about launching a hedge fund. The experts disagree on whether he'll succeed.
If company earnings are cooked, so is the market, according to Greenlight Capital.
Discussing who may invest with former New Jersey Governor and former Goldman Sachs executive Jon Corzine, with Andrew Stoltmann, Stoltmann Law Offices, and Scott E.D. Skyrm, Wedbush Securities.
Despite muted performance in 2014, investors have more hedge funds than ever to choose from, according to new data.
Jon Corzine is considering starting his own hedge fund, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday on its online edition.
Who does Guy Adami think is going to be one of the most vilified people of the 21st century?
Fast-growing Stone Ridge Asset Management has poached execs from Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas and Morgan Stanley in recent weeks.
David Tawil, co-founder of HedgePo and Richard Harris, chief executive of Port Shelter Investment Management, discuss the development of the hedge fund industry.
China will grow "sub-optimally" for years amid its economic transition, but things will be "exciting" once organic growth kicks in, says Han Ching Choong, principal of Kriya Capital.
Leigh Fitzgibbon, director of Degraves Capital Management and Peter Keenan, managing partner of Black Crane Capital, debate the approaches used in the world of hedging.
Eric Mindich's Eton Park hedge fund was up big in the first quarter thanks to winning bets in Europe and Asia, especially Germany and Japan.
Wall Street and big business's election kingmakers are reaching for their wallets again in the race for President.
The move by the former Federal Reserve chairman is the latest by a Washington insider through the revolving door into the financial industry.
Some people complain about the so-called golden handcuffs of working in finance. Forrest Xiao broke free.
Bill Ackman said senior execs at Herbalife were hiring their own defense lawyers, a bad sign for the company's future.
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