An IRS rule change will force managers to pay billions of dollars in taxes on pay they have accumulated in offshore funds
Hedge-fund billionaire Steve Cohen is back — and he's spending bigger than ever, snatching up Roy Lichtenstein's "Masterpiece."
Kasowitz, who also represents Bill O’Reilly, has been by Mr. Trump’s side for more than a decade in highly contentious court battles.
This would mark the biggest U.S. hedge-fund launch in history, according to data collected by The WSJ.
The billionaire investor played craps, watched Duran Duran, gave a speech to veterans and schmoozed in Las Vegas.
"I did not resign," Bharara says in a tweet.
Cohen, the once-high flying Wall Streeter, has taken a stake in a company that looks to steer young investors into index funds.
American hedge fund manager Steve Cohen's Point72 Asset Management has expanded to Singapore in a bid to diversify its U.S.-centric portfolio.
Point72 Asset Management’s president Steven Cohen promises his traders bigger bonuses whose returns beat certain benchmarks. CNBC's Kate Kelly reports.
A behind-the-scenes look at hedge fund Renaissance Technologies, whose network of affiliated people has given $37 million this election cycle.
These schools have produced a striking number of today's billionaires.
Point72's Steven Cohen reports a 5.4 percent stake in Square shares. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
According to Wealth-X, these universities produce the most billionaires.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Steve Cohen's newly-formed venture capital fund is backing algorithmic trading company Quantopian.
A venture capital fund seeded by Steve Cohen is putting as much as $250 million into the start-up Quantopian.
The hedge fund billionaire demolished his vacation house in East Hampton to build a new one.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen tears down his $62 million mansion.
Ever wonder what a destroyed house in the Hamptons looks like? Just check this out.
According to the New York Post, billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen has torn down his Hamptons mansion, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera
Sick of your multimillion-dollar home? You could tear it down, as hedge fund manager Steve Cohen did, according to the NY Post.