This year is off to a roaring start for hedge funds, which turned in their strongest first quarter in 13 years. » Read More
The major drivers of high U.S. corporate profit margins are unsustainable and "now under threat", which will eventually result in much lower equity prices, Bridgewater Associates, the world's largest hedge fund, said on Wednesday in a report. » Read More
By: Thomas Franck
Activist investor Praesidium Investment Management says it's pushing for changes at education software company Instructure. » Read More
By: Fred Imbert
Shares of Cerner are up 20% this year but the medical records company can still rise much further as it is still cheap, activist investor Jeff Smith said Tuesday. » Read More
Starboard Value CEO Jeffrey Smith announced Tuesday that the firm has a stake in automobile auction house KAR Auction Services.
BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, reported a 3.3% drop in quarterly profit, as investors shunned its expensive funds and flocked toward low risk, inexpensive funds.
Greenlight's David Einhorn slams Tesla in a recent investor letter.
Shares of Japanese electronics conglomerate Sony surged after a Monday report that Daniel Loeb's hedge fund Third Point is building a stake.
Capitalism doesn't need to be destroyed but it does need to be reformed, hedge fund titan Ray Dalio said Monday.
Widening income inequality and under-investment in public education "pose an existential risk for the U.S.," hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio wrote in a paper.
Bed Bath & Beyond laid off nearly 150 of its 65,000 employees this week, as more shoppers shift their spending online, a person familiar with the situation told CNBC.
The under-the-radar investors, and limited size of their bets, indicates the unclear path to salvation for Bed Bath & Beyond. Nearly every product the company sells, from linens to towels to cookware can be found online.
Bed Bath & Beyond rocketed 25 percent higher Tuesday morning following a report that three activists are trying to replace the board.
Carlos Cerezo, CIO at Belgravia Capital, discusses global markets and the hedge fund industry.
Bill Ackman's hedge fund is roaring back from a recent losing streak.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin said Amazon's decision to pull out of New York City "dramatically" reduced his interest in moving Citadel's headquarters, according to a Bloomberg report.
Aurora's executive chairman tells CNBC that the company's partnership with Nelson Peltz is one of many relationships it hopes to foster.
The company also says it has granted Peltz options to purchase nearly 20 million Aurora shares.
The push is part of a broader plan by CEO David Solomon to boost revenue across the company to make up for a multi-year decline in trading results.
Carl Icahn reports owning 24.3 million Hertz shares, representing 28.9 percent of outstanding equity. That's down from 35 percent.