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The so-called smart money is focused on currencies over bonds in anticipation of the Fed's long-awaited interest rate increase.
Eaglevale's investors who back the Clintons illustrate how politics and finance can intersect. The New York Times reports.
The SEC's entire corporate-disclosure operation is based on the written document. That's a huge problem, says this watchdog.
The best of #badhedgefundnames, which trended on Twitter Friday.
Paul Tudor Jones said income inequality could be "disastrous" and the drive for corporate profits has "ripped the humanity" from American companies.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen makes her opening statement, saying just because the Fed removed the word "patient" in its guidance for a rate increase, doesn't mean they are going to be "impatient."
The smart-money brackets: CNBC.com got some of the world's elite investors to pick their NCAA Final Four.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit claiming Hebalife portrayed itself as a legitimate company when it was actually an illegal pyramid scheme.
The manager of the largest hedge fund firm in the world is being cautious with his portfolio ahead of a potential interest rate hike.
The Sohn Investment Conference is back on this year for its 20th edition, and the money managers slated to speak are as big as ever.
A hedge fund manager who warned about the last financial crisis is seeing parallels of that run-up in the market today.
For the next mile of reform, here are four key things that need to happen, says Richard Baker, the president of the Managed Funds Association.
A single bad currency bet has caused Everest Capital, one of the largest private investors in emerging markets, to collapse.
The activist investor tells CNBC he has not been contacted by the FBI or the Justice Department regarding his campaign against Herbalife.
Bill Ackman's comments about Herbalife do not appear to add up to market manipulation, a former federal prosecutor tells CNBC.
A rule lets the wealthy managers of private funds pay about half the tax rate they usually would—and it's unlikely to change soon.
Speaking with CNBC, Lumber Liquidators founder and chairman, Tom Sullivan, said the "real story" about his company is starting to come out.
Activist investor Robert Chapman tells CNBC negative reports about Lumber Liquidators only encouraged him to raise his bet.
BNY Mellon is responding to Mick McGuire of Marcato Capital Management's comments on FMHR, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
Mick McGuire, Marcato Capital Management, speaks to the FMHR traders about what he finds broken at BNY Mellon.
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