Billionaire hedge funder Ken Griffin is going head-to-head with the billionaire governor of Illinois over a plan to increase taxes on the wealthy.
Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin makes headlines for his record-breaking real estate purchases in New York City, London and Miami.
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Citadel's flagship fund is up 3.33% in April. The April performance is driven by equities, commodities, credit, and quant.
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.
Citadel’s Ken Griffin says the Trump tax plan's cap on property, state and local income tax deductions will hurt Northern states and high-end home values in those geographies.
Citadel's Ken Griffin wishes the younger generation would do something more productive than invest in digital currencies.
Citadel’s Ken Griffin shares his market views at the Delivering Alpha Conference in New York on Wednesday.
The firm’s multi-strategy fund, known as Wellington, was up 1.52 percent in June and 8.79 percent during the first half of the year.
It took $225 million to crack into Institutional Investor's 2018 list of 25 highest paid hedge fund managers, and only four topped $1 billion.
Bridgewater Associates made $49.7 billion in total profit since its inception, according to a recent report by LCH Investments.
The Citadel founder has been smashing real estate records left and right.
Citadel's Ken Griffin tells CNBC that Republican efforts to cut back taxes may be going a bit too far.
Citadel's Ken Griffin shares his market views in an exclusive interview with CNBC's Leslie Picker Monday.
Citadel's Ken Griffin shared his views in an exclusive interview with CNBC's Leslie Picker on Monday.
The $450 million sale of Leonardo da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" has touched off an epic guessing game: Who paid so much for a painting?
The new White House communications director is just as brash as his boss — and, it seems, just as willing to kiss and make up with a former foe.
Citadel CEO Ken Griffin was speaking on CNBC's "Power Lunch" Wednesday.
Don't weep too much for the $3 trillion industry's magnates: there were still plenty of billions to go around.
Citadel's Ken Griffin cast doubt Monday on whether President Donald Trump could actually break up the big banks as promised.